John Sauer's Blog – June 2011 Archive (1)

The First Coast Tea Party and The Jacksonville Elections.

Eight months ago The First Coast Tea Party stumbled and fumbled through their first interaction with the Jacksonville City Council in an attempt to stop a second 9% tax rate hike in two years. It was initiated with a rally in front of City Hall. The Tea Party was told they are too late to stop the tax increase and it was passed with a .5% decrease at the September 28th meeting of the council. There were four or five television stations at that rally in Heming Plaza with news crews…


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As a Candidate; you then need to raise funds for your campaign

Unless you are very wealthy and can fund your own campaign, in order to succeed as a candidate, you must raise funds. Events, mailing campaigns, printing, signage, advertisements, etc. all add up to huge expenses. If you've received enough signatures, you won't need funds to qualify.  However, if you fall short, in order to be a candidate you must pay the amount for postitions listed in the previous blog.

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