|You should have received
your “Citizens Ticket” mailing from Citizens Alliance for the County Commissioner
election. If yours somehow got lost in the snail mail, email firstname.lastname@example.org
and ask for another one to be sent to you.
KIDL supports the Citizens
Alliance Vision and their choice of the candidates who will protect your
way of life and deserve your vote. They are:
He is a proven leader with
a life-long commitment to the Eastern Shore we love. He is without a moments
doubt the right one for the job. We could fill up a page about Jack – but
for those who don’t know him as well as we do, please take a moment to
view his website www.backjackbroderick.com.
In fact, even if you know him – you will be amazed.
Carol has been an active
proponent for controlled growth and environmental preservation. We know
where her heart is. Mike Koval says “Growth is one issue that transcends
party affiliations, so in order to continue my fight for responsible growth,
I am backing Carol Fordonski in her race against Ben Cassell. I ask that
you do the same.” Read more about Carol’s background at http://www.sentinelwhispers.com/page22.html
It’s unfortunate that we
have Bob Foley and Gene Ransom running for the same seat. Bob Foley is
our hero for his unwavering stance on Four Seasons, with the strength and
grit to face K. Hovnanian in the courtroom. On the other hand, Gene Ransom
has consistently VOTED the right way when it comes to Four Seasons issues
(unfortunately in a minority with Mike Koval). Although it is often defeated
in “3 to 2” votes, Gene has tirelessly introduced good legislation. As
much as we admire Bob, we agree with Citizens Alliance endorsement of Gene.
Bob has been so effective in his role and Gene has stuck to his campaign
promises and is always open and available. The citizens will be the lucky
ones if they both continue the course. Check out Gene’s “on-line office”
When Margo French took on
the task of organizing Kent Island residents on a taxpayer’s revolt, it
was Kurt Babe (past President of the Taxpayers Association) who came to
her town meeting and showed how it could be done. Some of you may have
visited his historic home, Content Farm, just outside of Centreville during
the house tour this past Spring. He personally gave the most interesting
and gracious tour. It was obvious how much he cared about the history of
the Eastern Shore. Read more about him at http://www.sentinelwhispers.com/page10.html.
Bud Roe lost to Cupani in
a very close primary race (by 33 votes), less than 1% of the votes cast.
After the primary, Bud came out in support of Courtney. Courtney is an
attorney and small business adviser who also operates a tree nursery in
Ingleside. You can read more at http://www.citizensforbillups.org.
BE SURE TO VOTE ON NOVEMBER
7. If you need an absentee ballot or have any questions about your
polling location, contact the Board of Elections at 410-758-0832.
Just today we received an
email from League of Women Voters about their new website www.VOTE411.org.
It is a “one-stop shop” for election information – both general and state
specific on all aspects of the election process.
Kent Island Defense League
From The President
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