Think about Leonard
If you care about your children having a positive, admirable, industrious model for their adulthood, think about Rick Leonard when you vote in November.
If you care about your wives, mothers, daughters and sisters being treated like ladies, think about Rick Leonard when you vote in November.
If you care about respecting your friends and neighbors instead of them having to tolerate a candidate being thrown out of yet another restaurant on the night of the primary election, think about Rick Leonard when you vote in November.
If you care about a candidate showing up at a caucus and not one who’s intimidated by the intelligent opposition, think about Rick Leonard when you vote in November.
While the puppeteer and his puppet were parading around town during Ruggerfest this past weekend, Rick Leonard was out knocking on doors and introducing himself and his goals for Pitkin County. Think about Rick Leonard when you vote in November.
By the way, where are all his signs which disappeared before the primary? I guess because he didn’t have $40,000 of other people’s money to spend on frivolous campaigning, somebody thought the signs were unnecessary and therefore disposed of them. I believe he would have used other people’s money more wisely anyway. Think about Rick Leonard when you vote in November.
You can also hear him outline his goals and ambitions at the Pitkin County library meeting room tonight at 7.
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Pitkin County administrators are proposing a more than $142 million budget for 2020, which is about $6 million less than this year because of fewer construction projects and capital improvements.