I hope this email finds you well. As you know, as of late, the York County Board of Supervisors seems more interested in micromanaging our lives and raising our taxes instead of protecting our founding legacy or encouraging those seeking to build a better life.
The good news is there is a good group of candidates challenging the status quo and seeking to protect and expand our liberty at the county level.
For example, in York County's First District, Rebekah Sandridge is running on a platform of fighting recent tax increases and protecting our property rights (especially in the wake of the Board's war on oyster farmers and tiny-home owners).
Please forward this email to all of your local contacts and let them know we need all hands on deck in order to free ourselves from the burden of bad local governance.
Next weekend (3/7 and 3/8), we need folks to help out in a petition drive to get Sandridge on the ballot. We need 125 signatures, so if you can spare a couple of hours, come by and pick up a walk list, and knock on some doors, we could certainly use the help.
Sandridge for Supervisor
Distinction between conservation and environmentalism: The first means taking care to use natural resources without ruining them for the next person. The second says that mankind has no rights and suggests that any use of any natural resource causes damage. We must STOP AGENDA 21!