Shenandoah County has many races which will be decided next Tuesday. Last week we agreed that the Meals Tax referendum needs to be defeated to stop the big spending liberals in County government. For far too many years, local governments have been run by big spending government types who think that the answer to every issue is to raise taxes and then say if We the People want to keep our own money, then we are ungrateful greedy racists.
However, the Shenandoah County GOP has nominated for District Supervisor a true grassroots conservative Republican who is interested in accountability for government. His name is Brad Pollack. Brad is a long time resident of Shenandoah County, having graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School in 1978. Brad graduated from William and Mary with a degree in business, and later received his law degree from the University of Richmond. Brad is also deeply devoted to his community, having served as the past president of the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce, member of the Woodstock Lions Club, and was formerly a Board member of the Shenandoah Valley Music Festival. In keeping with Valley Values, Brad is a Marine Corps Officer, having previously been in active duty and is now a member of the Marine Reserves. Brad also has plenty of governmental experience, having served in the Allen administration from 1990 through 1992.
Recently, a group sent out a mailer which suggested that there was another Republican in the race. Trying to confuse the voters into supporting a liberal Democrat against a duly nominated Republican in the race. The mailer, which seems to have been authorized by the candidate running against Brad, uses the official Republican Party Logo, and (among other things) hints that Brad’s opponent is the true Republican in the race. The fact is that Brad’s opponent is a Democrat. Where Brad has been running a positive issues oriented campaign with his opposition to the Meals Tax being front and center.
When it comes to who to support in November, support the real conservative Republican, vote for Brad Pollack.