My name is David Soll and I am running for Loves Park City Council, Ward 2.
My mission is to bring integrity, openness, energy, and solid representation to Loves Park. I am dedicated to working with every member of the city government, but I will never compromise my working class ideals. I will listen to all ideas and work with those who know their given issue. I will energize my constituents by doing all I can to keep them up-to-date on all matters that pertain to city tax dollars collected and spent. These are all important ingredients to show that government, when filled with people who care, does and can work.
David Soll with Independent Senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders
Oct 1, 2016
“The need for collecting large campaign funds would vanish if Congress provided an appropriation for the proper and legitimate expenses of each of the great national parties.”
— Theodore Roosevelt SOTU address in 1907
I stand with John Nelson in ending the “corruption tax” that has cost the taxpayers of Winnebago County at least $800,000 if not potentially more? We absolutely need to reform our political process in how much individuals, groups, unions, small/mid/large businesses, and corporations can contribute to candidates for any elected office everywhere, if not eliminate the need for direct contributions altogether. We can directly influence this process at the county level by demanding public financing of all countywide elections as Teddy Roosevelt envisioned for Congress more than 100 years ago if the Winnebago County Board would appropriate the legitimate and necessary funds to do so. The people deserve elected leaders who listen to them at all times”
WIFR news coverage: Chairman candidate raises fund raising questions
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July 26, 2016
David Soll hopes to win the 17th district seat on the county board and make the county’s animal services a no-kill shelter. The democratic candidate is a self-proclaimed political activist, and a defender of animal welfare and rights.
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