Shame on Trump sign thief
citizen means nothing to you.
You and your opinion pieces are lies and not even worthy of the paper they are printed on.
FROM: PEGGY JACKSON ELKTON
To the individual(s) who stole the Donald J. Trump for President signs from my yard on Oct. 28: Shame on you!
The signs represented who I want for president. This person may not be your choice, but he is mine.
First, you trespassed on my private property.
Second, you stole my political signs.
Third, you have denied my right to free speech.
Now, if you stole the signs for your own front yard since the Trump for President signs are so hard to obtain, I forgive you. If not, shame on you for taking away my right to show my support for the candidate I choose for President of the United States, Donald J. Trump. I am asking you to remember how party lines mean so little when it come to our local elections. What matters most is the reputation, character, and dependability of the person being elected into office.
I am asking for everyone from all parties to support Wayne Tome Sr. as the next county executive for Cecil County. I have been friends with Wayne since 1979, we have both grown up together in the fire and EMS service and to this day Wayne Tome still answers the call as a volunteer firefighter in Cecil County.
I know his agenda will be to make Cecil County Public Schools the best system possible, not fourth from the bottom as it now is. He will stop the loss of our paramedics and dispatchers, which places Cecil County citizens in danger. He will support and work hard to improve services for the senior citizens, and give us a no-kill animal shelter. Wayne will also be a candidate for all people, no matter what your party is.
He also will work with the Cecil County Sheriff’s Office, and the other police agencies that serve Cecil County to work hard to control this drug epidemic. As a 30+ year paramedic, he has witnessed it grow over the years and watch lives and families destroyed.
Wayne has offered to debate his opponent and Mr. McCarthy has refused. Wayne has served as a county commissioner, Port Deposit mayor, chief of a fire department, and his career has taken him from a paramedic and he has risen to the rank of division chief. This in itself is quite an accomplishment, and demonstrates the dependabil- ity and integrity Wayne has.
In closing, Wayne was one of the three original planners of the Cecil County Department of Emergency Services’ paramedic program and along with Frank Muller, Wayne worked tirelessly with the late State Sen. Bill Amoss to write and lobby for legislation that provides funding for fire departments across the state.
He also led the battle from Cecil County to attempt to stop the closure of Harford Memorial Hospital, which so far has kept their Intensive Care Unit open which was slated to already be closed.
Please vote for proven hard work, and someone who will work for all of Cecil County. who has won that state, although as we have seen in recent British elections, they are not to be relied upon. The first projections are from East Coast states. There may be a dozen states where it’s too close to call based on exit polls, and in those states the TV networks will make no projection and we will have to wait for the actual results.
We need to stop looking at voting a party in and start looking at voting for someone with common sense and not part of the establishment, as it seems all political people are just that. They are all government-controlled, bought and paid for. We need someone not afraid to fight that and be our voice. We need to stand with them to get back many of the freedoms we have lost and stand to lose more if we continue in the same path!
Let’s get out there and vote your conscience.