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Bill Crawford for Pittsboro mayor

By Mia Munn
Posted Tuesday, November 3, 2009

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Pittsboro, NC - I strongly support Bill Crawford for Pittsboro mayor. Bill is a lifelong friend of my husband's family. He has worked in restaurant management for the past 30 plus years. He has a family. His wife Cathy is a OB nurse at UNC who also works in the emergency room at Chatham Hospital. He has one daughter at Horton Middle School and a daughter and son at Pittsboro Elementary School.

He is well-read and knowledgeable in a broad range of topics. He has been interested in government and politics all his life. He is honest, hardworking, smart, tenacious, and loyal.

(In my words) Bill believes that government is a servant of the people. Therefore, the decision-making process should be open and transparent - the people should know what the government is doing. Government is entrusted with the use of some of the people's money through taxes - so the government should be as prudent with that money as families are with there own. Bill loves Pittsboro, and wants to help Pittsboro grow and develop as the people of Pittsboro desire - not as part of some grand scheme imposed on the local citizens. Bill keeps his promises, personal and professional.

I am sorry that I don't live within the town limits so I can't vote for Bill Crawford, but I urge all town residents to give him your vote for mayor of Pittsboro.

 
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