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More than 99% of registered voters can vote tomorrow.??? If you previously voted in a Republican primary, you can vote in the Republican primary TODAY.?? If you previously voted in a Democratic primary, you can vote in the Democratic primary TODAY.? If you are an independent, who never before voted in a primary election, you can declare which party primary you want to vote in at the polls TODAY.??(You can change your party affiliation any time after the election by filling out a simple form.)??? There is no reason NOT to vote in a party primary.
Because of low turnout, you have 8 times more voting power TODAY than you have in November.
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Four conservative Republican candidates on Atlantic County primary ballot ?included ?Liberty and Prosperity? in their official ballot designations.? ?This attracted the interest of the Press of Atlantic City. ? We were mentioned in two articles published over the weekend. ? One is posted online at http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/news/breaking/gop-incumbents-face-challenge-for-atlantic-county-freeholder-nominations/article_159603d6-e83e-11e3-bf0e-0019bb2963f4.html.
Those four candidates were specifically named in a ?second Press of Atlantic City front page article published yesterday (last Sunday). ?That article was not posted online. Below is a partial reprint:
?In county races, incumbent Republican Atlantic County Freeholders Alex Merlino and John Risley face challenges from Barbara Brown and Victoria ?Vikki? DeFilippo.
?Brown and DeFilippo, like Michael Assad, candidate for Congress and Richard Pezzullo, candidate for U.S. Senate are on the Atlantic County Republican ballot as ?Liberty and Prosperity Republicans?, running on the principles identified by the libertarian-leaning group organized by Somers Point attorney Seth Grossman.
?The group on its Facebook page said that as an educational nonprofit, it could not endorse any candidates.? Instead it encouraged others to follow its principles?.
Need a good reason to vote TODAY???? Atlantic County Freeholders are preparing to sneak through a new ??stamp tax? when they meet tomorrow on election day!
Mark Hutchinson, one of our members was going through the Atlantic County freeholder agenda for tomorrow?s agenda.?? He noticed that the freeholders plan to adopt a new ordinance that was highly criticized and rejected two years ago.
Too bad they didn?t do this a month ago.?? It would be an important issue to discuss BEFORE ?Primary Election Day.
The proposed ordinance would impose an additional $3 ?stamp tax? on every document filed by the County Clerk.?? That tax would create a ?Homeless Trust Fund?.
It may sound like a good idea.?? However, we already spend enormous amounts of federal, state and local tax money, together with much private charity paying for the ?homeless?.? If all this money is not enough, our elected officials should be open about it and raise everybody?s county taxes to pay for it.
Also, ?progressive? towns like San Francisco now recognize that many (although certainly not all) ?homeless? choose to be that way.?? Many deliberately refuse the medications, counseling, and lifestyle changes they need to live in normal homes no matter how much money we spend on them.
There are also ?three big problems with taxes like this.??? First, there is no connection between how much money is raised from an ?earmark? tax like this, and how much is needed.?? Every dollar raised from this new tax will be spent, whether it is needed or not.?? Second, because only a small group will pay this tax each year, few people will know or care how the money is spent.
Finally, a lot, if not most of this money will be paid to ?community organizers? who will register and organize ?homeless? voters and then lobby for even more taxes to ?help the homeless?.
DON?T FORGET TO VOTE TOMORROW.??? TALK TO EVERYONE YOU KNOW AND TELL THEM TO VOTE TOMORROW!
WHEN YOU VOTE IN JUNE, YOU HAVE REAL CHOICES AND REAL VOTING POWER!? WHEN YOU VOTE IN NOVEMBER, YOU CHOOSE THE LESSER OF TWO EVILS.
There are other important races in Ocean and Burlington Counties. ? ? Conservative Steve Lonegan is running in the Republican primary against ?Establishment Big Government Republican to replace ?current Republican Congressman Jon Runyan, who is retiring this year.
In the Democratic Primary, David Cole is running against William J. Hughes, Jr., the son of a former Democratic Congressman for the Democratic nomination to run against the winner of the Republican Primary, either incumbent Republican Congressman Frank LoBiondo or conservative challenger Mike Assad. ?In Northfield, Democrat Jason O’Grady is running against Democrat Gerard McGee for the Democratic nomination to run against Republican Erland Chau who is running unopposed in the Republican primary for mayor of ?Northfield.