National Anti-Tax Crusader Lew Uhler Endorses Michael Ranalli for Supervisor

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National Anti-Tax Crusader Lew Uhler Endorses Michael Ranalli

Placerville, CA  - Respected taxpayer champion Lew Uhler, President of the National Tax Limitation Committee, has announced his endorsement of Michael Ranalli, for El Dorado County District 4 County Supervisor. limittaxes-logo On learning of the Uhler endorsement, Michael Ranalli commented, “I am honored to have earned the endorsement of Lew Uhler.  Lew has been a steadfast champion for the taxpayer as a tireless advocate for local control, smaller government and low taxes." Announcing his support, National Tax Limitation Committee President, Lew Uhler said, “Michael’s principles, successful business experience, and his commitment to the elimination of wasteful spending, stifling regulations that inhibit economic growth and job creation, clearly distinguishes him from all the candidates.”

About The National Tax Limitation Committee

NTLC is the nations oldest taxpayer advocate organization.   Founded in 1975, its mission has been to provide national leadership to achieve the optimal size and functions of government and promote candidates and initiatives that support these goals. For more information on the National Tax Limitation Committee, visit www.limittaxes.org

About Michael Ranalli

An El Dorado County resident for 30 years, Michael Ranalli is a familiar face throughout El Dorado County District Four and its numerous weekly Supervisor meetings. His in-depth understanding of the local regulatory environment and its impact on our rural community makes Michael the most qualified person to represent taxpayers on the Board of Supervisors. Originally from a Western Pennsylvania steel town, Ranalli came to California in the late 1970s and has 40 years of business experience. He is currently on the Board of Directors for the Taxpayers Association of El Dorado County, Vice-Chairman of the El Dorado County Community and Economic Development Advisory Committee (CEDAC), Coordinator of the countywide Regulatory Reform effort, Divide Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and an officer of the El Dorado Wine Grape Growers Association. ###

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