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2011 Preliminary Assessment
Message to LM Board of Commissioners
LM Republicans


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Dear Lowman,

Lower Merion Commissioner and The Forgotten Taxpayer's friend Jenny Brown will
soon be announcing her candidacy for Montgomery County Commissioner. Jenny Brown
can run on her record as a fiscal common sense conservative.

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2011 MontCo: Preliminary Assessment

Pat Toomey lost MontCo by 23,567 Sestak 54.1% - 154,946 to Toomey 45.9 %
- 31,373

Total Votes Senate 286,319

What does this tell us about countywide elections in 2011? What does this tell us
about Montgomery County Municipal

elections in 2011? Not encouraging, I would think. Big Government and reckless spending
are alive and well in our slowly declining county.

Pat Toomey won statewide by 79,160
and won all but seven counties" Allegheny, DelCo., Erie, Lackawanna, Luzerne, MontCo,

Tom Corbett lost MontCo by 9,889 Onorato 51.7% - 148, 544 to Corbett 48.3%
- 138,655

Total Votes Governor 297,088

Tom Corbett won statewide by 354,750
and won all but DelCo, Lackawanna, MontCo and Philadelphia.

The likely Democratic nominee for Montgomery County Commissioner for 2011 is State
Representative Josh Shapiro (HD 153-Abington).As of the 6th Tuesday pre-election
2 November 2010, Josh Shapiro had $918,936.47 in the bank and no debt.

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Citizens Message to Lower Merion Board of Commissioners

The Forgotten Taxpayer is not happy. When revenues decline in a small business,
the owners reduce spending. There is not alternative. The private business cannot
use the coercive police power of government to force its customers to continue to
buy and pay what the private owner wants. Government can force the Citizen to pay
for it.

Bigger Government; Smaller Citizen and the Democrats like it that.

Democratic Commissioner George Manos defends higher spending and more taxes while
attacking Republicans. LM Budget; policy and process
George Manos, and his Democratic colleagues on the Lower Merion Board of Commissioners
are the Government's friend. Here are some Lower Merion responses to Mr. Manos.

Here is a first class data from Jenny Brown, the Forgotten Taxpayer's friend.

Jenny Brown provides a detailed analysis of the budget

LM Republicans: The Forgotten Taxpayer's Friend

Letter to the Editor from Lower Merion Township Republican Commissioners

The Lower Merion Republicans are The Forgotten Taxpayer's friend.

The Republicans make the very cogent case, backed by the numbers, that the spending
greater than current revenues is unwise and sucks the money out of the community
to be spent at discretion of a few.

Letter to Editor from Lower Merion Township Commissioners Lew Gould, Phil Rosenzweig,
Scott Zelov and Jenny Brown

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