Huddleston: ‘Accountability, fiscal responsibility and open government’

To Fayette County Voters:
I am humbled and honored by the vote of confidence I received Tuesday night. With your vote and support I am now in the Aug. 21 runoff for the Post 2 seat on the Fayette County Board of Commissioners and I can assure you I will not let you down. I will live up to the confidence you have shown in me. I am committed to accountability, fiscal responsibility and open government.
I are excited about Tuesday night’s results, however, the work has just begun. We have three weeks until the run-off, and I want to earn your support in this election. I have chosen to run for this position on the Fayette County Board of Commissioners because I love this county. I raised my son in Fayette County, and this is home. I want to serve you, and I want to be your voice on the Board of Commissioners.
I have no personal agenda. I will work for you and for whatever is best for Fayette County. I have a servant’s heart, and I simply want to serve you and Fayette County.

I will be accountable to you, the citizens of Fayette County, and I will listen to your views and comments. My door will always be open, and my phone number will always be available to the residents of Fayette County.

I am committed to zero-balanced budgeting, and I will always be frugal in spending your money. It’s time we live within our means in Fayette County, as we do in our own personal lives.
I want to bring new visions and new ideas to Fayette County, but I am committed to old-school values. I will work to insure that we preserve the quality of life we all hold so dear in this county that we call home. Fayette County is a special place, and we need to keep it that way. That is my commitment to you.
I want to thank my family, friends and supporters for all their hard work the past few months. They put in countless hours to get our message out. We need to keep this up for another three weeks. I will also be working to meet voters I did not have a chance to meet prior to the primary.

I want to earn your vote. Please give me that chance, and give me the opportunity to represent you on the Fayette County Board of Commissioners.
Thank you!
Sheila Huddleston, Candidate
Fayette County Commission – Post 2

americanpatriots's picture
Joined: 04/05/2010
Early Voting & Absentee Ballot Information

Early voting for the August 21, 2012 Primary Election Run-Off for the Fayette County Board of Commissioners begins on Monday August 13, 2012 as follows:

Peachtree City Public Library, 201 Willow Bend Rd., 8 am - 5 pm M – F

Fayetteville Board of Elections, 140 Stonewall Ave., Suite 208, 8 am - 5 pm M - F

Tyrone Town Hall, 881 Sonoia Road, 8 am – 5 pm M – F

Absentee ballots: Click on this to print out the form:

Post 2:

First place winner of the July 31, 2012 primary David Barlow, a retired businessman Vs. Sheila Huddleston, a local attorney that was admitted to the Georgia Bar in 2010 (no relation to the Fayette County Huddleston family).

Post 3:

First place winner of the July 31, 2012 primary Randy Ognio, a successful local businessman and owner of B&O Electric for over 27 years Vs. incumbent Lee Hearn, a career government employee with the City of McDonough. He previously worked for Fayette County and Henry County.

Jim Richter

americanpatriots's picture
Joined: 04/05/2010
Barlow signs coming down all over the county

Barlow signs are disappearing

Huddleston and Hearn supporters have apparently resorted to desperate measures to avoid their candidate’s inevitable defeat.

Barlow’s campaign signs are disappearing all over the county and Huddleston and Hearn signs have been put up in place of his.

Question for Huddleston and Hearn - Are your supporters so desperate for you to win that they are willing to get caught and prosecuted?

Where is their sense of fair play and decency? The citizens of Fayette County deserve better than this despicable behavior.

Jim Richter

Osiris's picture
Joined: 08/06/2012
Sign Alert Sign Alert

Really Jim you think Huddleston took signs down? have you tried to stick a sign in this hard roadside dirt much less pull one out. Get real, also sources said she had a bunch of her signs taken down prior to the election and funny Barlow and Ognio signs went up in those places. Now I don't think this is any eye for eye thing but is this your best serious smoking gun evidence? The lady has much more class about her than that.

rolling stone
rolling stone's picture
Joined: 07/08/2012

If only there were some liberals/Democrats to blame for this sign switching.

loanarranger707's picture
Joined: 10/14/2006
What makes you different, Sheila?

Sheila, everybody says all the things you said.

Now, you're running against David Barlow. That's the choice we have: David Barlow or you. Why should we pick you rather than him? (I am assuming he "loves Fayette County" as much as you do. Let's get beyond the love part.)

Recent Comments