Political Contributions in the County Commissioners' Race

Political Contributions: 2012 County Commissioners' Race

By Voices on Wastewater

To view specific individual campaign contributions, follow the respective link, then click on a particular reporting period, then click on "receipts"

Sheila R. Lyons - Most recent financial balance = $8,760.90

http://www.efs.cpf.state.ma.us/SearchReportResults.aspx?cpfId=14815

Eric R. Steinhilber - Most recent financial balance = $2,769.69

http://www.efs.cpf.state.ma.us/SearchReportResults.aspx?cpfId=14147

 Brief  Political commentary and observations

If Ms. Lyons is re-elected as Barnstable County Commissioner, then gargantuan Cape-wide tax increases, inventive new regional user fees, and innovative county government fiscal assessments never before seen on Cape Cod will materialize in the months and years ahead!For anyone interested, a bit of superficial research into the political contributions received by the respective candidates for Barnstable County Commissioner blatantly reveals that current County Commissioner, Sheila Lyons, has received a number of lucrative campaign donations from entities and individuals who strongly advocate for and would greatly benefit from the creation of a Cape-wide Sewer Authority (with taxation powers).

This is one of the main reasons for the LOPSIDED financial resources presently at her disposal for running her re-election campaign. Her political campaign war chest is a direct result of the greedy single-minded pursuit by various political hacks and lackeys who want cushy six-figure taxpayer funded jobs.  

If Ms. Lyons is re-elected as Barnstable County Commissioner, then gargantuan Cape-wide tax increases, inventive new regional user fees, and innovative county government fiscal assessments never before seen on Cape Cod will materialize in the months and years ahead!

This will be the dire result of her unrelenting (if sometimes stealthy) bulldozing push for a massive MWRA-style wastewater bureaucracy hoisted upon the tired and aching backs of Cape Cod residents and taxpayers!

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