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Poole’s response to SB 411
This is in response to the Asciutto letter in the Sept. 20 SNAP.
Vote for an ethical military veteran
Having served in the U.S. Army and as the Veterans’ Service Officer for Stanly County, I know military veterans possess qualities our communities need in its elected officials.
Setting the record straight
I would like to set the record straight on what I stand for regarding the upcoming election. In summary, here are the candidates that I support:
Storm should be a politician
Dick Storm may have a future in politics — after all, anyone who can stand facts on their head and make it sound logical should probably be headed for Washington.
A few reasons as to why I’m running
Everyone has a trigger point that gets them involved in politics. Two controversial topics motivated me to step into the political arena.
Who can help at the creek?
I have a little park behind my house with a creek that runs under the road and through the park.
A great school needs a great road
I am proud to say that I am on the staff at Richfield Elementary School, where I have served as a custodian for more than 10 years.
What is “Their Fair Share?” This is the simple question I have asked for three years.
Add it up
In the months preceeding the Democrat National Convention, the speculation as to what the economic benefit to Stanly County would be was entertaining.
A few more items to consider in School Street debate
On the recent debate about paving School Street in Richfield, let me state a few facts and may the “Silent Majority” decide if the street warrants attention.
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