When it comes down to it, our “Care and Prepare” video is about accountability.
Voters have the right to know what their candidates have been doing to prepare for the office they are running for, as well as their record of voting, which says a lot about a candidate’s long-term commitment to the democratic process.
The bottom line is that Doell and Klein have showed up at every Twp Committee meeting since April to learn the issues and engage in the process. In addition, we have a demonstrated history of voting.
Our opponent’s record speaks for itself. They attended just one Township meeting in seven months and their voting record is not what one would expect of those seeking office. Out of the last 10 general elections spanning 2007-2017, Doell and Klein both voted 10 times in 10 years. One of our opponents voted only once and the other in only 50 percent of the general elections during the same 10-year period.
If you are not committed enough to our democracy to vote, why should you expect to have the privilege of holding public office?
The Warren County Board of Elections makes available public voting records. You can call them at 908-475-6314 for information.
Our public voting record is available through this link.
Vote Doell and Klein Nov 6 for a #BetterBlairstown.