Monday, September 1, 2008

Elect Tom Jones for JP seat ONE on the Benton County Quorum Court by writing in his name

This is an e-mail from ' - Association for Beaver Lake Environment '

Dear ABLE Member,

One of the most important things you can do to protect Beaver Lake is to participate in the political process to make sure that our county leaders are committed to protecting Beaver Lake. We have a county JP position up for grabs in November in District 1, which is the general area of northeast Benton County, and the lake areas of Beaver Shores, Prairie Creek, Lost Bridge, and Garfield areas. This is the seat that Chris Glass is vacating.

The candidate who filed at the last minute to fill his vacated seat is someone who fought tooth and nail against the Nuisance Ordinance, an ordinance that provides some protection to Beaver Lake.

This year, you do have a choice for District 1 JP. Tom Jones, a Harris McHaney Realtor from the Beaver Shores area, is running as a write-in candidate. Tom Jones is dedicated to protecting Beaver Lake. He is committed to a Land Use Plan, which is critical to providing protection of the lake area from harmful development projects. Tom Jones is a member of ABLE.

Tom Jones needs your help to win this election. Tom needs people to help him campaign, people who can volunteer some time, and of course, people who can donate some money for his campaign.

I would encourage you to get involved and help with time and money if possible. If you can donate, please send your donations to:

Tom Jones for JP1
16180 Black Oak Lane
Rogers, AR 72756

Tom needs other types of help including:
1. Supporters who are willing to stand at the polling sites with a reminder sign to “Vote a write-in for Tom Jones for JP1”.
2. Tom needs a list of volunteers willing to go door to door in the following areas: Beaver Shores, Prairie Creek, Forrest Park, Twin Lakes, Lost Bridge, NECCO Area, and Gateway. If you live in these areas and can help, please contact Tom!
3. If you know of any group/organization events in these areas where Tom could come to speak, please let him know. Tom’s contact information is:
Tom Jones,, Cell 479-644-4851, Toll-free 1-800-742-1382,
Office number 479-925-2020 x240

Please help if you are ABLE! Thank You!

Doug Timmons
President, ABLE

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