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Writer adds to letters of support for Baldwin in SC House 83 race

web posted June 4, 2010
Dear Editor,
I would like to urge the voters of South Carolina House of Representatives, District 83 to vote for Dea Baldwin in the Republican primary on June 8, 2010. Dea is running for the seat currently held by Don Smith, who is retiring after many years of meritorious service. District 83 includes North Augusta, Belvedere, and the Merriwether area of Edgefield County.

I have known Dea and her family for twenty years, and I can assure the voters that Dea will be willing to commit many hours to carefully study all of the issues facing the State. Her great communication skills and outgoing personality will enable her to successfully work with the other elected and appointed government officials.

Dea is a conservative Republican who believes that the state must provide the framework for the local school districts to improve the quality of education provided for our children.

Dea will work to improve the state’s economy by modifying laws to encourage business growth which will result in additional jobs for our citizens. Dea believes the state tax laws need to be completely overhauled, since the current tax system has become an entanglement of exemptions and exceptions which has resulted in inefficient and inadequate services.  Dea believes that state government must be open and transparent.

She will work to ensure that all state government business, including bills and voting records, are published on the state website.

Dea would like to encourage all voters to contact her to discuss issues that are of concern to them. You can find Dea’s contact information (phone, address, and email) and more information about her positions on the issues at: electdeabaldwin.com.

William P. (Bill) Martin, III
North Augusta

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