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AC New Republicans December Meeting

Atlantic City New Republican Club
1 December, MMVIII
For immediate release
Media contact – Jesse O. Kurtz, 609.334.3756
   The Atlantic City New Republican Club will hold its second monthly meeting at Ducktown Tavern on 10 December at Ducktown Tavern on the corner of Georgia and Atlantic Avenues in Atlantic City at 5:30pm.   The newly formed club is targeting the many residents tired of the rampant corruption in Atlantic City’s Democrat-dominated politics.
   “Atlantic City conducted a revaluation last year,” said Club President Jesse O. Kurtz, “And a lot of people had their property tax bills increased double, triple, and – in at least one case – five times the previous amount.”   Senior citizens were especially hit hard by their new property value assessments.
   “You would think that the Mayor and Council would have worked together to ease taxpayers in to their tax bills, which are based for the first time on new assessments,” said Kurtz.   “Yet, you would be wrong.”   He continued, “Atlantic City government increased the budget the same year they were conducting the two-decade overdue property revaluation.”  
   Kurtz continued, “I am discovering that a lot of residents are looking for an alternative to the ruling City Democrats that have not improved the quality of life, reduced government spending, or eliminated corruption.”   All of the people involved with the corruption, ineptitude, and rampant spending have one thing in common: they are all Democrats.
   Steve Lonegan will be the guest speaker for the AC New Republican Club’s December meeting.   Mr. Lonegan will present a taxpayers seminar and share advice on how to resist Trenton and City Hall’s intrusion in to citizens’ wallets and freedom.   Mr. Lonegan will also share tips on how he managed to win three terms as a Republican in the heavily Democrat town of Bogota, NJ.

Laus Deo,
Jesse O. Kurtz

President of The Atlantic City New Republican Club: http://acnewrepublicans.wordpress.com/


About Jesse O. Kurtz

I am committed to fulfilling the promise of Atlantic City. The town would benefit from greater political participation by average citizens. Hopefully, some of the posts herein will encourage you to get more involved in your community. This blog will also feature other topics and subjects beyond Atlantic City. I hope that you will come to love Atlantic City as much, or more than I do.


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