Voters bring change to York County school boards
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#1 May 19, 2011
We got started a little late in Spring Grove, but we are going to be at every meeting and watch every dollar and complain whenever the present board does something which is harmful to taxpayers. This election was only the start, we elected a Gov and Republican in the house and senate, to cut the budgets and take steps to stop school boards from unfair tac hikes. Looks like we are getting closer.
#2 May 20, 2011
Overall, some progress was made but with cross filing Republican voters threw incumbents out and replaced them in some cases (I won't say which) with business as usual liberal replacements.
I don't blame the voters.
They went with their gut instinct and limited or confusing information to throw the incumbents out.
Some liberal candidates knocked on their doors and told them lies to get elected.
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