Steve Bradshaw Standing by his Promises
If you are a conservative Republican in Bonner County, please join me in voting for Steve Bradshaw for County Commissioner.
He is that rare elected official who has held to what he promised before his election two years ago. Those promises resonated with Bonner County and were what got him elected. Fiscally responsible and accountable to his constituents, he has since declined to accept the offered pay raise, declined to saddle property owners with foregone taxes, and can be counted on to be a staunch defender of the Constitution.
Oddly, standing by his promises earned him considerable blowback from certain quarters, but it did not deter him. Cutting to the chase on the Sandpoint Festival issue, he placed respecting the Second Amendment above the whims and preferences of a Festival vendor and an ultra-liberal City Council. Under his leadership the Board of Commissioners voted to proceed with a lawsuit by the County against the City to get their attention when negotiations proved to be ineffective.
You can bet we wouldn’t have seen that kind leadership from his opponent. When it comes to the Second Amendment, like many RINOs, he claims to have grown up around guns but gets hazy when it comes to actually supporting the “shall not be infringed” part. He thinks it can be negotiated away, and is not onboard with spending money to defend it.
That’s really all I needed to know for my decision to vote for Steve Bradshaw once again.
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