Haley S. Louisiana

Letter to the Future President

This letter to the future president of the United States of America states one simple issue. This issue is the poverty that is around the community where I live. I ask the future president to consider helping bring back jobs in this community so that everyone will have better opportunities.

Dear future president, 

     I understand that you have many issues to look over and you are very busy, but I would love for you to consider some of my concerns. I want the best for this country just as you do, so I would love to act upon some issues with you. Where I live, it is very hard for people to find jobs and make money. I live in a place to where there is poverty everywhere. I would appreciate it greatly if you could bring back jobs to this area.

     You have promised to do something about jobs being lost in the country over the past years, now it is time for something to happen. I am asking you, the leader of this country, to do something about poverty in communities like where I live. I want to have the same opportunities as other young adults my age do in wealthier places. I ask you to seriously consider this notion on my behalf. If this consideration was taken seriously, and more people got jobs, this community might would be brought back together as one. More kids and young teenagers would be more fit for the next level, because they would be more prepared in this case.

     I ask you to take this issue seriously, and to strongly act upon it. As a student that attends a charter school in a very poor community, I would appreciate it if you could make this happen. I have three other sisters that are younger than I, and I want nothing more than for them to have better opportunities than I did. With your help, I know we can make this happen. 

                                                                                          Sincerely, Haley Sharp

Delta Charter School

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