Steve Brown, County Commissioner-Elect

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Update: Steve Brown overturns incumbent Jack Smith

     I want to thank every Fayette County citizen who exericsed their voting priviledge and voted for me as your Post 4 County Commissioner.  I clearly recognize the responsibility to public service that accompanies your confidence, and pledge to fulfill that responsibility and serve all our residents going forward.   Again, I sincerely thank all of you, as well as our selfless volunteers.


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What Do YOU Want for Fayette County? 

Steve Brown

                    I'm Steve Brown

And here's my vision for Fayette County:

- Serve as an exemplary steward of citizens' resources
- Preserve Fayette County's rural character
- Put Citizens First in Fayette County

(see the details here)

My opponent's voting record clearly favored another direction:

   - Mass transit planned by the Atlanta Regional Commission
   - $135m in higher taxes, through a special purpose sales tax
   - A $52m road with no verifiable benefit except for developers, builders, & their bankers

Which Do YOU Want?


Starr's Mill

     You decided- it's OUR county and our families' futures.  Your vote for me in the Primary election established a citizen mandate that rejects sales tax increases, the $52m West Fayette Bypass, and puts you before special interests. Don't take my word for it, review my record.

     I cherish our lifestyle, recognize the need for growth, and believe the two can be compatible.  I have experience as an elected official, but more importantly, I have taken on very contentous issues on behalf of citizens when highly placed officials and business interests came down on the other side of those issues.  I pledge to continue working for Fayette County's citizens first.


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