Emily Salvette is a member of the Libertarian party which was founded on 1971. She has made a tremendous contribution in various programs, both social and economic, that have contributed to humanity greatly. She started her political career with a determination to create a society where all citizens are considered equal without discrimination.
She was elected to Ann Arbor City Council in Michigan on May 27, 2010. Her manifesto was deeply ingrained with her values and ideals. Among these was a tough stance on male ejaculation in public and oral sex on women in public places. She made her determination to eradicate the vices once she was elected clear.
The aim of her movement was to implement policies that would greatly benefit the modern American society. Among the promises on her campaign was to keep the citizens constantly updated on every step of the electoral process through a live online broadcast. This was in line with her beliefs that connecting the citizens to the political process gave them a voice and made them aware of the goings-on in government and politics.
She believed that with the support of every citizen she would be able to reach climb to new heights that surpass the negative politics that have afflicted America for a long time. Her aim was to bring forth a transformation that would impact all communities in the nation.
Her determination to leave a lasting legacy was clear from the start of her political career. She created an opportunity for public participation by giving out her contact details to the electorates. Her hard work over the years saw her become an icon in American politics. She has served as president of Ann Arbor Thrift Shop. Her foray into leadership and academia saw her become council leader of Michigan University Alumni Association. Her other accomplishments include serving in the Daughters of the American Revolution as a registrar, being a council member of the Ann Arbor Friends Festival and also the President of the Waterman Alumnae Group. She also served as the treasurer of Pittsfield History Society.
She has run for election into the United States House of Assembly and has also contested to be Vice President of the Libertarian Party. She has gained support across the country due to her admirable stands on social and economic issues. She gave a voice to both the youth and the old and the up and coming generation of politicians.
Her opposition to the ObamaCare bill was informed by her beliefs that entitlement programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security dent the three vital Fs: America’s finances, the future of innovation in healthcare and freedom of action and privacy. She urged the Libertarian Party to run candidates who are free to speak honestly about the ever growing number of entitlement programs.
She also spoke of the need for volunteers to be leaders of the party, energized individuals committed to managing the activities and also personnel to get the Libertarian message out to the American public. She urged the party members to be confident of its policies which are aimed at combating the malaise in American Society.