A solid conservative
Jason Gillman, a solid conservative, offers an alternative choice for State Representative. His voice is one that better represents residents, a voice already heard around the state with his investigations into election fraud, and challenges to poor legislation. Gillman has a clear understanding of cause and effect that makes him the best choice when developing public policy.
Gillman's courage is needed to better protect the interests and rights of Grand Traverse County residents and voters.
Impressed with Jason's ability to remain principled, even with pressures from opposing interests, I have committed my personal time and resources to manage his campaign.
Knows the 'nitty gritties'
Butch (Leroy) Strait worked in the excavation business most of his life and has served on the East Bay Township Board since 1988. He knows the "nitty gritties" of local government and public works.
Few people who knew Butch when he was younger would have accused him of being an intellectual. Yet he took an engineering degree from Michigan Tech, a top engineering school, when he was middle-aged. An engineering degree after a career in the construction trades is the best.
He's well qualified to be East Bay's Supervisor.
John S. Porter
The writer is a former East Bay Twp. Supervisor.
Will ensure transparency
Of the three candidates for sheriff in Benzie County, only one has pledged to restore 24-hour road patrols, reconnect favorable communication with community youngsters as well as endeavor to eliminate drug usage by returning a deputy liaison officer to the schools, ensure transparency between the department and the community with a 24/7 "open door" policy and stay within the constraints of the present budget alloted for the department.
That candidate is Blair Moss. Moss, a lifetime Benzie County resident has a combined 23 years law enforcement experience with 30 years as a coach/educator, both in the Benzie systems.