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    Who to vote for?

    Well election time is near and I have no idea who to vote for. I want to vote for the candidates that view our rights of OC'ing. Has anyone sent a letter to the candidates on their stand? If so what was the answer from each? If no one has is this a good idea to find out. I think it is. Ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUMPOFFBRIDGE89 View Post
    Well election time is near and I have no idea who to vote for. I want to vote for the candidates that view our rights of OC'ing. Has anyone sent a letter to the candidates on their stand? If so what was the answer from each? If no one has is this a good idea to find out. I think it is. Ideas?
    There was a discussion in here about the gubernatorial candidates. Maybe a week or more back. I have been a life long Republican. Voted for Reagan twice, Bush (all of them), and held my nose for McCain. I did like Palin on the ticket though. On the more local elections I have voted a staright Republican ticket. This election that changes. I cannot vote for Whitman. She has said NOTHING, and I have never nor will I ever vote for a democrat. So Brown is out by default.

    Chelene Nightingale has a Facebook page, and a regular web page. I like what she says on both. I still have to decide about the other elections going on, but Chelene has my vote for Governor. I don't know if she will win, but I cannot vote for Whitman or Brown.

    You should check out her platform. She lists everything on FB or the web. When I became a member of her party, she wrote me and personally thanked me. That's something no one else has ever done.
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    Same here with Chelene nightingale, i like where she stand on alot of her stuff.

    http://www.nightingaleforgovernor.com/

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