Hey Adams County,
Joe Domenico here—I want to tell you a bit more about myself and what my campaign is all about. Like I mentioned in my previous email, I’m running for Adams County Commissioner…
And I’m not a big fan of vague, confusing politics. That’s part of the reason why I’m running in the first place! I believe political leaders should transparent, honest, and accessible.. These are traits I haven’t seen in our leaders in a while, so I’m here to give you all the details about my campaign.
- I’ll support Adams County’s businesses.
Our local businesses are part of what make Adams County, Adams County. They’re our residents’ livelihoods, community hubs, and job providers for thousands of citizens. But Adams County’s leaders don’t support them like they should. So, I’ll start by introducing economic measures to support growth for our local businesses.
- I’ll fight for local industry and re-negotiate zoning laws.
Our industrial businesses (such as gas/oil extractors and trucking companies) play a vital role in our county’s economy, but recent zoning ordinances have swept the rug out from under them, by Adams County’s I3 zoning laws. As county commissioner, I intend to find a compromise that suits our county’s needs while allowing our industrial businesses to thrive.
- I’ll work to lower tax rates for Adams County residents and businesses.
The cost of living is already high enough as it is, don’t you think? I sure do—with the costs of gas, food, and simply keeping the lights on at home higher than ever, the last thing we need is higher taxes. As county commissioner I’ll work to lower taxes for our residents and our businesses, while putting existing taxes to better use.
- I’ll emphasize support for our police force, and closer co-operation between police and our communities.
Law enforcement budgets have dropped significantly, and local bail bond providers have seen a 75% reduction in business—this means more criminals are walking our streets. As County Commissioner, I’ll make sure our police force receives the support they deserve. But I won’t stop there—I’m all about getting out and talking with Adams County’s residents, and I believe our police force should do the same. I’ll work hard to establish better communication between our county’s citizens and our police force.
- I’ll lift the moratorium on gas and oil extraction.
Adams County is just one piece of our nation’s gas and oil network, but it is a valuable asset for our County and its residents nonetheless—90% of Denver International Airport’s jet fuel is provided by the Adams County business Suncor. As County Commissioner, I’ll lift the moratorium on gas and oil so our residents can provide for their families.
If you’d like a more detailed explanation of my campaign, my phone is always on, and I’d be happy to chat with you. In the meantime, please consider donating to my campaign—politics are an expensive business, and I’ll need all the support I can get to create positive change for our county.
Otherwise, the only endorsement I need from you is your vote this November. Thank you kindly for your time, and I’ll see you around the county!