Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Special Election - Thursday, January 13

As most of you know, I've worked in politics and I've worked with probably a couple of hundred campaigns (state, county, municipal, even helped my daughter get elected class representative a few years back).

I can tell you that while almost all I have worked with have been good, decent people - there are only a rare few who rise to the level of "truly inspirational" - Thursday, one of those men will be on the ballot for a special election in New Castle County - that man is Tom Kovach.

Below you will see an e-mail from Andye Daley - I echo and affirm everything she says.

Tom Kovach is that rare individual who knows the issues, can work with all sides, and get the job done.

Tom Kovach has demonstrated real leadership in such areas as the Delaware Film Initiative and the Delaware Social Media Initiative - he is someone who "gets it" when it comes to job creation, transparent government, and service to taxpayers.

I cannot emphasize how important your vote can be Thursday - I expect extremely low turnout for this election - which means YOU can make a difference.

Please, if you live in New Castle County, vote for Tom Kovach.

Please, if you know people who live in New Castle County, ask them to vote for Tom Kovach.

I am happy to answer any questions you may have.

Thank you.



There is an important Special Election tomorrow for NCCo Council President.  It is to take the open seat left when Chris Coons won the Senate Seat in November.  In full disclosure, I have been working on the campaign for Tom Kovach, and obviously, I fully endorse him.  I encourage you all to read up on both candidates and make an informed decision. 
I am backing Tom Kovach for many reasons, mainly because he will provide the much needed balance to a very lopsided Council.    He is against High Density housing because of the sever lack of infrastructure and already over crowed schools.  He's against any more tax increases and will work to repeal the damaging Workforce Housing ordinance.  He is a Chemical Engineer and an Attorney working to turn Brownfeilds ( broken down properties once developed and now out of business) to productive properties.  Here are some recent links that have articles on the candidates just writen in the last 2 days:
Please take the time to vote Thursday the 13th at your regular polling location between 7am and 8pm. If you have any questions feel free to contact me at any time.
Thank you in advance for voting! 
Andye Daley

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