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What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14672

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There is a dinner meeting tomorrow with Steve Rao. It's organized by Manzoor Cheema and it is open to every one.

I am planning to ask following question. Please suggest me some more.
1. How do you plan to get more jobs to Morrisville?
2. What kind of experience do you bring to the job?

Satish

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14673

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Please introduce Steve Rao to new Apna Triangle members for everyone's benefit.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14674

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Introduction wrote: Please introduce Steve Rao to new Apna Triangle members for everyone's benefit.


Steve Rao is running for Morrisville Town Council election this November. Visit www.steverao.com for more info.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14675

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Here is some more information about tomorrows meeting-

Meet and Greet for Steve Rao (Candidate for Morrisville Town Council, At-Large)

Where: Haveli Indian Cuisine

962 b Airport blvd
Morisville, NC 27560
(919) 460-3339

When: Wednesday, October 26; 7:00-9:00 PM

RSVP by emailing at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call at 919-412-7008.

Please come and hear Steve Rao's message for his campaign for Morrisville Town Council, At-Large. Dinner at nominal cost will be provided. Participants will also have an option to donate to Steve Rao's campaign.

Learn about Steve Rao's campaign through the following youtube videos:



Apna Triangle blog post on Steve Rao's campaign:
www.apnatriangle.com/index.php?option=com_myblog&show=morrisville-deserves-leadership-of-steve-rao.html&Itemid=142

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14676

Instead, IMHO, you should ask - How can ApnaTriangle help him win this election?

This one question covers a lot of ground:
a. Does he need any help with funding his campaign?
b. Does he need any volunteering help?
c. Does he need any help with raising awareness of his campaign?


Steve Rao is a good man, a gentleman - one of the few Indians in local politics. I had the pleasure to volunteer for his campaign when he was running for the Wake County Board.

Read WoW (Words of Wisdom) somewhere: Think & Do, always what you can give rather what you can get, and Karma will do the rest.

satish wrote: There is a dinner meeting tomorrow with Steve Rao. It's organized by Manzoor Cheema and it is open to every one.

I am planning to ask following question. Please suggest me some more.
1. How do you plan to get more jobs to Morrisville?
2. What kind of experience do you bring to the job?

Satish

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14677

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Picking up 26th Oct 7PM to 9PM for Indian community, the prime Time for the most celebrated festival, shows Steve Rao's sensitivity towards Indian community.

Obviously Steve did not realize Diwali though Obama did.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14678

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true like anonymous said........unless loyal supporters turnout maybe low

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14679

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His date shows his and his volunteers' planning skills. It is disappointing.

Anonymous wrote: true like anonymous said........unless loyal supporters turnout maybe low

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14680

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Sanju,

Good thoughts. Steve needs all the support.

sanjus wrote: Instead, IMHO, you should ask - How can ApnaTriangle help him win this election?

This one question covers a lot of ground:
a. Does he need any help with funding his campaign?
b. Does he need any volunteering help?
c. Does he need any help with raising awareness of his campaign?


Steve Rao is a good man, a gentleman - one of the few Indians in local politics. I had the pleasure to volunteer for his campaign when he was running for the Wake County Board.

Read WoW (Words of Wisdom) somewhere: Think & Do, always what you can give rather what you can get, and Karma will do the rest.

satish wrote: There is a dinner meeting tomorrow with Steve Rao. It's organized by Manzoor Cheema and it is open to every one.

I am planning to ask following question. Please suggest me some more.
1. How do you plan to get more jobs to Morrisville?
2. What kind of experience do you bring to the job?

Satish

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14681

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It could have been a different day. If folks are interested, I can check and find if Steve is available.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14682

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Politicians are readily available before the election. The big question: Is he going to be available after election if he wins? We all know the answer. Big NO.

satish wrote: It could have been a different day. If folks are interested, I can check and find if Steve is available.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14683

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Well, I know Steve for about 4 years through TIE Carolina's. I believe he will be available after the election to help. I am more interested in the political process and be part of it instead of being ignorant.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14686

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What kind of help?

satish wrote: Well, I know Steve for about 4 years through TIE Carolina's. I believe he will be available after the election to help. I am more interested in the political process and be part of it instead of being ignorant.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14690

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Anonymous wrote: What kind of help?


What do you need? Keep in mind this isn't India.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14691

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Exactly it is not India. That is why I ask what kind of help.

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Anonymous wrote: What kind of help?


What do you need? Keep in mind this isn't India.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14692

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I met Steve yesterday and offered my help. He has endorsement from both Republican and Democratic candidates. Early voting ends on Monday, and he is requesting folks to vote on this Saturday itself.

Please consider casting early voting this Saturday of you can not vote on election day.

Please consider voting your favorite candidate to make your voice count.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14694

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Anonymous wrote: Exactly it is not India. That is why I ask what kind of help.


He will help you feel good you participated in a democracy. Now get over your obsession and help secure a representation for Indians in the local government. This is not about helping your kids get into MIT (Morrisville Institute of Technology) or Hogwarts. If you are an eligible voter, and are genuinely interested in finding out more, give Steve an opportunity. Meet him and ask your questions.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14695

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HAHA @ MIT. :))

I feel good without participating also. :))) I was just curious on 'HELP' part

Per Satish he has endorsement from Republican and Democrats...so what is the election about?

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Anonymous wrote: Exactly it is not India. That is why I ask what kind of help.


He will help you feel good you participated in a democracy. Now get over your obsession and help secure a representation for Indians in the local government. This is not about helping your kids get into MIT (Morrisville Institute of Technology) or Hogwarts. If you are an eligible voter, and are genuinely interested in finding out more, give Steve an opportunity. Meet him and ask your questions.

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Re: What Questions to ask Steve Rao? 12 years 4 months ago #14696

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I am very much interested in participating in the political process. Most important thing is to show up to influence people to do what we want. Politicians will work with us only if we are willing to do, and remind them of our power by casting vote, and educating them on what we want... Please consider talking to candidates, and perform your civic obligation by voting.
My 9 year old son is excited about Steve after meeting him. All I want my son to feel that he belongs to a vibrant community, and he is part of mainstream American political process.

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Anonymous wrote: Exactly it is not India. That is why I ask what kind of help.


He will help you feel good you participated in a democracy. Now get over your obsession and help secure a representation for Indians in the local government. This is not about helping your kids get into MIT (Morrisville Institute of Technology) or Hogwarts. If you are an eligible voter, and are genuinely interested in finding out more, give Steve an opportunity. Meet him and ask your questions.

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