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The Government Cannot Love

Long Shot Almost Comes In

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Dear Lowman,

Scott Ott made a case on ideas and policies informing the electorate with facts and figures and logic. With that strategy alone, he nearly won against a well-funded incumbent with high name recognition. His campaign teaches us a lot.

You can view more posts on my blog.

Centered on the Constitution

Scott Ott isn't
Lehigh County Executive Director's petty and misleaing attack on Scott Ott and his church demonstrated the incumbent's desperation. The power of Scott Ott's ideas of Constitutional Limited Government and common sense fiscal policies overcome the incumbent's financial dominance. It is not how much money a candidate has but how many votes he gets. Ideas and ideals move Voters.

The Government Cannot Love

Great answer to those who think government has a foundation in good will. Government is use of power and coercion, not compassion.
Scott Ott, in his words. Scott Ott is inspired. Best Line "The Government Cannot Love Somebody. ... What people in trouble, Mercy, Love and Accountability and Government is only a Pay Check and paperwork and outsourced compassion ". I think that after listening to this, you will encourage Scott Ott to run again. He could make a difference in Harrisburg.
Listen to this man. Scott Ott not only has the right principles, Ideas and policies that work. This is someone, inspired and driven by right thing, who can win an election, even against incumbent. Scott Ott is someone who can and needs our support to challenge the Big Government Status Quo.
Scott Ott is a winner.

Long Shot Almost Comes In

Scott Ott Scrapple Face
Against all odds, against popular incumbent, with nearly no money against an incumbent's campaign cash of about quarter million dollars. A very long shot almost comes in. Ideas nearly overcome incumbent's natural advantage as well as campaign cash of about $727,000 against virtually nothing for challenger Scott Ott. Scott Ott's campaign was to expose the fact that during Executive Cunningham's term, the incumbent over spent revenues every year depleting substantial surplus reserves. In addition, Scott Ott presented a positive plan to address the budget issues facing Lehigh County: how to deliver basic services without straining The Forgotten Taxpayer.
"The final tally had me and incumbent County Executive Don Cunningham separated by only 870 votes out of 41,228 cast. His margin of victory came entirely from urban precincts where Democrats outnumber Republicans by three or four to one. Among the 30,000 or so voters who live outside of Allentown, I received about 2,500 more votes than he did.
FYI 300,000 people live in Lehigh County with 224,000 registered voters ( which seems like a high percentage registered to population).

In November 2008, 152,473 votes were cast for Presidential candidates in Lehigh County.

Lehigh County's Budget is approximately $412,000,000 in 2010 Montgomery County, with population of 700,000 has a budget of $403,000,000.

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