This upcoming Tuesday, November 6th, marks a significant election for our local, state, and national governments. However, for those of you voting in Clarke County, one position doesn’t have any candidates on the ballot. That’s right, without any write-in votes, the Oconee River Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor will go unfilled.
When I began to think about who could serve our great county as a write-in candidate, one name immediately came to mind: Clarke County’s favorite son, David Dove.
David was raised in Clarke County, he went to school in Clarke County, he was married in Clarke County, and now he attends the University of Georgia School of Law in Clarke County. Quite simply, David knows Clarke County. He knows the need and wants of all its citizens, and there is no one more qualified to serve the constituents of Clarke County as the Oconee River Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor than David Dove.
Let’s make sure we get David elected this Tuesday, November 6th, by writing his name into the ballot as Oconee River Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor. Let’s go David! We all support you, and you have our vote! #Dove2012