Former County Commissioner endorses Ron Beaty

"Ron Beaty does his research and homework"

Former Republican Barnstable County Commissioner Charles Eager of South Yarmouth today officially endorsed the 2016 GOP candidacy of Ronald Beaty for  Barnstable County Commissioner.

Charles Eager stated, "Ron Beaty does his research and homework to get the answers for you the voters, residents and taxpayers. He will work for us. He has proven that in the past."

In response to hearing of the endorsement, Ronald Beaty said, "I am deeply honored to receive the endorsement from a distinguished and respected long time Cape Cod community leader like former County Commissioner Charles Eager. When elected, I will not let him or the voters down. I promise to look out for the public interest, not special interests."

A native-born Cape Codder with many years of experience in Real Estate Management, as well as a long-time Regional Community Activist, Ron Beaty is a fiscally conservative Republican running for one of two available Barnstable County Commissioner seats up for election on Tuesday, November 8th.

County commissioners are responsible for direction of county agencies; preparation of budgets; care of county property and finances; proposal of ordinances to the Assembly of Delegates; supervision of revenue collection and fund disbursement; reporting on financial and administrative condition of county; proposal of measures for assembly action; power to veto ordinances; and appointment and removal of county administrator and all county employees. 


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