Show, don't tell
When running for office, it pays to stand out
August 5, 2020
In creative writing, one of the most common pieces of advice given is to "show not tell". This can be difficult to follow, but the general premise is to use descriptors to build a scene rather than using one sentence to tell the audience what is happening. After attending last Thursday's political forum, I can firmly say that this rule should apply to political candidates as well.
There were a wide range of candidates from both sides of the aisle who participated in the forum in Riverside. With eleven candidates and two candidate representatives running for different positions, a large po...
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