Wednesday, January 27, 2010

PRESS RELEASE: Marcus Brand

Most candidates competing for election or re-election will state what they WILL DO if elected. Marcus Brand, candidate for Liberty County Precinct 2 Commissioner is no exception. He promises restored integrity, honesty, respectability, and openness to Liberty County government. These attributes have not been seen in this precinct for ages. Marcus will have an open door policy, be available to all constituents, and genuinely consider all suggestions concerning the best direction for Liberty County. During this election year campaign, Marcus has been tireless in his efforts to contact and meet as many Precinct 2 residents as possible. He is entirely committed to Liberty County and Precinct 2. Many of the residents have noticed his trailer mounted sign parked on the roadside. He is not relying on people to come see him. He is reaching out and taking his campaign to the people of Precinct 2.

Marcus Brand WILL: Be a proponent for and do his best to establish a more efficient Unit System to fairly represent all precincts.

Marcus Brand WILL: Work with the Judge and other Commissioners to establish a more efficient drainage system for all of Liberty County.

Marcus Brand WILL: Also work with Congressman Kevin Brady to convince Union Pacific Railroad to alleviate the drainage problem caused by insufficient trestles in the track from Hardin to Hull. The railroad track serves as a large dam and blocks the North/South flow of excess water resulting in severe flooding during heavy rains.

Marcus Brand WILL NOT: Vote to spend taxpayer dollars without completely gathering all information available.

Marcus Brand WILL NOT: Vote to approve subdivisions adjacent to a highly TOXIC WASTE SITE such as the ones approved west of Dayton.

Marcus Brand WILL NOT: Vote to approve subdivisions in an active oil and gas field such as the ones approved west of Dayton.

Marcus Brand WILL NOT: Vote to accept inadequate subdivision roads for Liberty County maintenance.

Marcus Brand WILL NOT: Vote to purchase property with an extreme toxic mold issue and completely stripped by copper thieves such as the old Wal-Mart building even after being advised of the issues.

Marcus Brand WILL NOT: Subject himself to scrutiny by the FBI. A completely open policy will assure that he is in compliance to all public actions.

Please remember three things this election, voter registration, early voting and Election Day voting. “YOU” CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE THIS YEAR

Voter Registration Deadline-------------February 1, 2010

Early Voting--------------------------------February 16, 2010 to February 26, 2010

Election Day--------------------------------March 2, 2010 Tuesday

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