by fans of Paul Harvey
Dateline Eagle: U.S. Mail in Ballots are being voted on this coming week in Eagle and Gypsum. The general election(s) are for Town Council and Mayor occur on Tuesday, April 3rd 2012 for both Eagle and Gypsum voters!
KNOW THIS! – One of the best reasons the ECT can think of to endorse and vote for Eagle’s Mayor Ed Woodland – is the fact that incumbent Mayor Ed’s opponent in the Mayor’s election – has been publically endorsed by none other than – Arn Menconi! A quick trip over to Facebook is proof enough! Yikes!
Menconi? Who can forget the unconscionable action by (then) County Commissioner – Menconi when Menconi ignored the voters (after we voted “no”) to fund Early Childhood spending – Menconi went ahead and spent our tax money anyway! Has Mayor Ed’s opponent also been endorsed on Facebook by Fidel and Kim Jong-un?
Seriously, does Mayor Ed’s opponent really believe this Menconi endorsement is a good thing?
Dateline Gypsum: The ECT likes these guys. They’re running as a team with one central campaign theme – create more jobs for the folks who live in their Town of Gypsum. Beric Christiansen, Ross Graves and Jim Kinser are the Candidates on “team JOBS in Gypsum!” Talk to them and find out what their ideas are – and don’t forget to ask about the proposed (EGE) Airport expansion.
The Fact is – our Communities of Eagle and Gypsum have been hardest hit by Home Foreclosures for the last 3 years. Creating new down valley Jobs will go a long way toward fixing this (unemployment then foreclosure) problem!
Gentlemen – you have the full support of the EagleCountyTimes.Com in Gypsum’s Town Council election – Tuesday, April 3rd 2012!
Contact this Team at JobsForGypsum@Hotmail-dot-com or RossG@CenturyTel-dot-net for more information, and how this election team candidates can help bring more Jobs to our down valley community!
For those interested in meeting many Candidates – plan to be at the County Assembly for GOP candidates this Saturday, March 24th 2012 – 9AM-1PM at the Eagle County building in Eagle. For more information (Click Here)