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Aurora GOP Seeks Candidates for Fall Election

The Aurora Republican Committee is seeking qualified candidates for positions on the Aurora Town Board and Town of Aurora Justice Court. The two-year seat of current Supervisor Jolene Jeffe, as well as the four-year terms of councilmen Jeffrey Harris and James Bach, will be on the November general election ballot. Aurora Town Justice Douglas W. Marky is also up for re-election to a new four-year term in November as well.

All interested town residents seeking the Republican endorsement for any one of these seats are invited to contact Town of Aurora Republican Party Chairman Earl Jann, Jr. at 652-4830 or earlwestf@yahoo.com. Resumes are still being accepted, after which time endorsement interviews will be scheduled before the 26-member committee in March or early April.

Jann said that he is looking for individuals that are in concert with the ideals of the GOP “and that is to promote the philosophy of the Republican Party at the federal, state and local level, which is one of limited government, fiscal conservativism, core ethical values and respect for the dignity of the individual, especially the unborn.”

Jann said that he strives to seek individuals who are honest, hardworking and have a strong desire to serve the town and accept its challenges, while at the same time being committed to maintaining Aurora’s strong rural and residential character.

“We have some very important issues that are, or will be, before the Town Board in the coming years,” Jann said, particularly the location of town offices once the lease on the current Town Hall / Roycroft Chapel expires. The second issue that the party committee deems important is the continuing annual property tax increases that affects town residents living outside the village, Jann added.


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