By The Tribune-Review
Published: Saturday, Oct. 26, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Voting for conservative Republicans is not about getting more “Rs” than “Ds” into office.
It's about electing men and women who understand the responsibility of fiscal stewardship of our hard-earned tax monies, and that our Constitution, the bedrock of our nation's laws and citizens' rights, cannot be broken or chipped away and must be defended at all levels and at all times.
Conservative Republicans promote policies that are in the best interest of the governed body and not just the best interest of themselves or a chosen few.
They know they are accountable to those who elected them and are willing to be transparent in all their actions.
Conservative Republicans realize government should be a framework that helps all of us to succeed instead of a means of suppressing us.
There is no such thing as an “off year” election; this year is no exception and there are no excuses.
Express your views and convictions and vote for the betterment of your school district, city, county and home community this Nov. 5, because Nov. 6 is just too late.
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