It wasn’t the polished politicians that shined during the 1st day of the Republican Convention but ordinary citizens who became the superstars. People such as Andrew Pollack who bravely stood up in memory of his daughter a victim of the Parkland massacre . It was Kim Klacek an African American woman willing to challenge the status quo of deprivation in Baltimore as she seeks to change the narrative with her run for congress. It was Natalie Harp a cancer survivor who was saved because of President Trump’s signature on the Right To Try. Ordinary people from all different backgrounds told their extraordinary stories on how this administration has formulated policies and strategies that have made their life better. In the end isn’t this what governance is all about? Not policies that impact those most connected and have reached the higher stratum but impact those ordinary american’s in an extra-ordinary way.