Linda Moore, Grafton Township Supervisor
First Term in Office 2009-2013
Dear Grafton Twp. Resident,
The following postcard will be found in mailboxes soon. Campaign season for Grafton Township is in full swing. Early voting starts Monday, February 11th. Regular voting is February 26th at your normal voting location. Please call me at 1-847-630-6325 if you are unsure of the time and place to vote, I will be happy to help.
I am running for Township Supervisor. As supervisor I enlisted the help of a handful of citizens and saved $5 million dollars by stopping the unneccesary construction of a new town hall. I also cut waste and raised efficiency in my office over the last four years.
The best way to lower taxes is to vote for candidates who will vote against raising your taxes while representing you on a taxing body board. I voted against raising the taxes every year, and I will continue to do so if re-elected.
One of my goals for the next term is to require township employees and elected officials to contribute towards their health insurance premium.
May I count on your support at the polling place February 26th?
If you would like a yard sign, please contact me. If you would like to make a campaign contribution, please mail a check to Committee to Elect Linda Moore, 13904 Harmony Road, Huntley IL 60142.
I would greatly appreciate an email or phone call from you, letting me know that you will be voting for me.
It is helpful to identify voters when campaigning.
Here is the text from the postcard:
As Grafton Township Supervisor, I’ve had my share of challenges.
Four years ago you chose me to be your voice to right the wrongs that undermined your power as a voter. At that time, together with a handful of citizens who joined me, we successfully protected you from the unnecessary expense of a new town hall.
While enduring the outright insults and childish behavior of the trustees over the last 4 years, I have succeeded in cutting waste and improving efficiency at the township. Watching any of the Grafton township meetings can only be described as disgraceful.
Change is never easy, but it’s time for us to move forward.
The citizens who joined me to stop the town hall are now running to replace these trustees. I am thankful that they have stepped up and I am anxious to work with them to protect your rights and tax dollars.
With your support, February 26th, I will continue to work h ard to lower taxes in Grafton Township.
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