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Troubling political times, anger and fear that leads to unrest
Boundary County, please join me in lighting up our community by voting yes Tuesday, March 9.
A major task each legislative session is creating and approving a plan for how we will spend our state tax dollars in the upcoming year.
I suggest local, freedom-loving citizens rally and focus on local government and local issues. Here, we can be heard, take a stand, and make a difference.
The “uninformed” people have voted no in a valid uncontested election. Vote no on March 9 and pass the word.
It is vitally important to get out and vote no on March 9.
Maybe you have seen some unusual signs in the windows and yards of Boundary County residents and wondered what they mean.
Their side calls for unity but what they really want is for you to see things their way. Not a chance!
There is an important Maintenance and Operations (M&O) Levy Election on Tuesday, March 9, 2021.
We will support the present students, staff, and families by voting for the school levy on March 9, 2021.
The upcoming school levy, to be put before the voters on March 9 is something it would be smart for all of us to support.
If you live in Boundary County, and you have friends, it is a foregone conclusion some or most will be Republican voters.
Our republican form of government ensures the opportunity for all voices to be heard through elected representation.
Boundary County has an abundance of talented, helping, and caring people that call this beautiful place “home.”
It's abundantly clear from ancient and recent history that human nature bears three types of people.
Burke is regarded by most political historians in the English-speaking world as the father of modern British conservative.