Every Vote Counts! – SUPPORT A POSITIVE AGENDA

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Dear Friends, Fear mongering and divisiveness hurts our county and community. It is time to tell those agents of fear that we have had enough! 
Four years ago, I was honored to be elected to serve as your County Supervisor.  During my time on the Board, we have faced difficult and sometimes controversial decisions, but have successfully balanced our budget and implemented policies to protect our County’s rural character for future generations.
In a campaign based on insults and criticism, my opponent has distorted my position on issues and misrepresented my decisions.  I stand by my record.
I stand by my record supporting the policies of our County's General Plan that protect our rural communities while creating jobs, business and economic development opportunities and housing affordable for our families.
I stand by my record supporting public safety and the men and women who serve and protect our communities.  This includes the long overdue investment in a new public safety headquarters to house the patrol, investigative, training and administrative services of our Sheriff's Department, the funding of additional sheriffs’ deputies and a resident sheriffs’ deputy for the Divide.
I stand by my record securing increased road funding and providing improvements to maintain and improve our local roads and bridges.
I stand by my record serving the residents of District 4, including meeting constituents in my office or your neighborhood, to listen to your concerns and to answer your questions, and to work alongside you as part of our shared commitment to improve our District.
Community organizations, business owners and local residents know my true record of performance and have endorsed my re-election as your County Supervisor.  I hope you will agree and vote to re-elect Michael Ranalli on November 6, 2018.
Michael Ranalli, El Dorado County Supervisor, District 4

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