What This Site Is All About

Sign-art Most campaign sites are ‘cookie cutter’ and somewhat predictable. Usually there will be the splash page, a fundraising page, and an ‘about me’ section that might even give a little insight as to what might be important to the candidate.  A generic pledge for accountable government, responsible decision making, and lower taxes if the site […] Continue reading →

Get Your Signs!

signs Call the house 929-2067 and let me know where you would like us to place a sign to show your support for smaller more efficient government. Leave a message if we don’t answer, including a call back number and an address so we can get one to you!   Continue reading →

AV Chase

AV Many elections are decided a little earlier than the primary date. Absentee voters make up a substantial part of the electorate, and many of THOSE folks based on the materials and information at hand by the time the ballots reached them.  Politicians generally try to make their case for election with the AV voters by […] Continue reading →

Another Term?

truck-sign I hope that I am able to sit on the Grand Traverse County Board of Commissioners again. The sign is on the side of the truck, and the campaign is ready to go.  In 2012 I had decided not to run for the county commission spot. This year its different. There is a clear need […] Continue reading →

Cutting The Fat Of Parks ‘Programming’

The politics of parks in Michigan seems to be heating up. Where else can the feel good elitist Lefties spend taxpayer money anymore with nary a peep from the paying forever class. Parks programs are a great excuse to build dynasties, develop social connections, ensure a support base for political aspirees.  But who can argue […] Continue reading →

Local College Millage Not Needed

Its taken a while, but we’ve have had a chance to research and ponder the upcoming special election ballot that would increase the Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) local millage to pre-Headlee amended (1978 sec 31) levels. A request that will add $40 of expense per $100,000 of property valuation if approved by voters. Upon review, […] Continue reading →