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Letter: Niner seeks support for commissioner

As you know, back in October 2013 I launched the "Let's Get on Track" with Niner for commissioner campaign in District 2. My volunteers, supporters and I have been hard at work getting our message out since the campaign is in full swing.

Opponents have not taken a stand on the issues. Shouldn't voters know where candidates stand when they are campaigning? After all, a candidate when elected actually has to work on the issues for the citizens.

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So I want to let everyone know where Bill Niner as commissioner stands.

I will work for the people of Carroll County and be personally accessible to all citizens. I will fight to lower taxes so people can keep more of their hard earned money in their pockets. I will protect our Second Amendment gun rights for protection and hunting. I will work to find solutions for our small businesses and family farms, which are the backbone of our community. I will stand up against Common Core so our students have a great education to prepare them for the trades, college, military or workforce - parents, teachers, students and businesses should have a say in how we educate our students.

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Therefore, opponents can talk about their feel-good fluff without discussing the issues that matter and citizens can actually know what I stand for. Like the old saying goes, if you don't stand for something you stand for nothing.

As a lifetime Carroll countian and Republican, everyone can find out more about the Niner for commissioner at my website. Better yet, since accessibility to your elected official is important to me, feel free to call or text my personal cell phone at (443) 536-1408.

I would like to personally ask the citizens for their vote on election day so I can work for them. Every vote counts.

Bill Niner

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