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Meet your local Chatham County candidates

By Brian Bock
Posted Tuesday, August 31, 2010

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Pittsboro, NC - As Election Day approaches, we will be inundated with news about the candidates running for office in North Carolina. News coverage for local races such as school board and county commissioner is not as readily available. For this reason, it is incumbent on each of us to do our own homework in order to make an informed decision.

Fortunately, we have access to the candidates, and are able to obtain information directly and unfiltered. I encourage everyone, regardless of party affiliation, to read the platforms of all candidates and to ask questions.

Over the years I’ve written many articles about the proper function and role of government in our lives, they are easily found by doing a quick Google search, or by reviewing the letters in the Chatham Journal. I’ve distilled these into a concise format on my website and shown how they can be applied to specific Chatham County issues. You’ll find that the solutions proposed on my website offer a different approach and will bring much needed diversity of thought to the board of commissioners.

If, after reviewing my writings and website, you still have questions, please email me at I will respond promptly.

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