You have listened to many candidates for office speak in a polished and confident manner.
It is not what they say before an issue is presented to
them; it is how they decide upon an issue within the global context once it is presented to them.
Look at the track record of the candidates and how they have voted in the past and how that maps to what you want, need and desire.
For example; examine the offerings you have for Selectman this year on the ballot.
Scott Gross has a history of double talk, gaffs, and doing what seems best for his agenda even if he has had to double back and recant on several occasions.
David Pierce offers you a stunning record of voting in opposition to the fiscally conservative majority of the Budget Committee in this time of economic crisis.
They both will spend, spend, spend.
In contrast, the write-in candidate, Steve Pascucci, is the personification of
"It is not what they say before an issue is presented to them, it is how they decide upon an issue within the global context once it is presented to
them." He speaks plainly, seeks
facts, listens intently, and is a sincere and dedicated individual - a successful Main Street business man, a family man, and a very giving and caring man.
Write in STEVE PASCUCCI, mark the block to the right of his name and leave the blocks beside Scott Gross and David Pierce blank.
Make a statement!