‘Persuaded by friends and neighbors’

Rappahannock has a good chance for better local government. Christine Smith, who grew up here to be a caring, hard-working citizen, was persuaded to run for supervisor in Piedmont by friends, because they felt the board of supervisors was not listening to them, not helping fire and rescue services, and worse, wasting taxpayers’ money.

Similarly, David Konick, who has been holding the BOS’ feet to the fire about following the law, treating everyone fairly, and being open to the public, was persuaded by friends and neighbors in Stonewall to become their voice for responsibility on the BOS.

Please elect Christine and David so we can have local government that listens to citizens, treats all citizens equally, obeys the law, and spends taxpayers’ money wisely.

Demaris H. Miller

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