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IT'S TIME FOR CHANGE.

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REPUBLICAN COUNTY COMMISSIONER
DISTRICT 3
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VOTE AUGUST 6TH

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We have a unique and important opportunity this fall as we go from 3 to 5 Commissioners on the Douglas County Commission.

In 2022, we voted to expand the number of Commissioners, however the current Commissioners voted against having a special election to immediately fill the seats. Given the developments over the past 2 years concerning Industrial Wind and Solar, it’s easy to understand why they were resistant.  It’s probably easier to pass regulations that favor massive companies like Shell/Savion, Evergy, and Nextera with the current Commission than to wait and risk adding people with opinions that favor farming, nature, beauty, and real conservation.  

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ENDORSEMENTS

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Joe & Nancy Reitz

We admire Pam for being principled, practical and passionate about the future. We have been amazed as we have seen Pam successfully raise 5 children and fostered many more children, from different backgrounds, while also serving her community and leading at Morning Star Church. 

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Jesse Brinson

I've known and worked with Pam McDermott for over 20 years. Her leadership and care for others drives her creativity and passion to see our world be a place that helps humans flourish. Having her serve on our BOCC will be the leadership our county needs!

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Doug & Tiffany Ellis

Pam is hard working, dedicated, and civic-minded. She is a great example of a servant leader. She will give 100% effort as a Commissioner for Douglas County!

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