Write-In Candidate for Granite County Commissioner
An out of touch Commission has become one of the greatest threats to our future in Granite County. Through various actions, they have continued to demonstrate unethical behaviors, being out of touch with the needs of the County and making poor decisions. Like many people in the county, I am upset with the Commissioners and their inability to consistently address critical issues, such as health care, economic development, road maintenance and proper use of our tax dollars. This is why I am running as a write-in candidate for Commissioner.
"I will work to conduct business visibly and ethically to rebuild your confidence in the Commission. The time is now for change."
~ Wayne R. Hale, Granite County Commissioner Write-In Candidate
With 10 years living in Granite County and 38 years working in the mining and metals industry, I understand the critical issues and have the skills to chart a new path to address the county problems. As a Commissioner, I will drive better and more responsible communication; make the Commission available and convenient for you 24/7, build coalitions and teams to bring people together and address issues with clear action plans and accountability; develop a transparent and sensible budget; and work to conduct business visibly and ethically to rebuild your confidence in the Commission. The time is now for change.
Check out www.wrhale.com for more information on how I will help you.
How can you write me in as your choice for Granite County Commissioner? It's a simple two-step process.
First, you’ll need to color in the circle next to the blank line in the County Commissioner’s box and then write in my name. Only votes with BOTH of these indicators marked properly will get me, Wayne Hale, your vote.
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