Wendy Jones reaching out to Delaware voters

Voters in Delaware’s 19th State Senate District will have two more chances to hear from Libertarian candidate Wendy Jones.  Jones is running in the Aug. 3 special election to succeed Senate President Pro Tem Thurman Adams Jr., who died last month from pancreatic cancer.

Jones will appear on Bill Colley’s radio program this Wednesday, at 5:00 p.m. on WGMD, and Jeff Gartman’s radio program on Saturday morning from 7:00 to 8:00 a.m. You may listen on the radio, or via the broadcast live from their website.

Jones will also speak with voters on Thursday at the League of Women Voters forum for this special election. All four candidates have bene invited to the event, which will be held at the Sussex County Council Chambers at the Circle in Georgetown.

The 7:00 p.m. event will be broadcast live on the County Council’s webcam, which can be viewed here. Follow the instructions if you need a plug-in to make it work. The audio link is separate from the video link, so you have to click both to see and hear.

Jones will share with voters her plans on several important issues:

Job Creation is top priority.  Small businesses create the most jobs. Cut taxes and give business credits to encourage expansion of private businesses with good jobs in Sussex County.

Cut Government by cutting taxes and privatizing. Let private businesses compete to provide the greatest choices and efficiencies for Delawareans.

Health Reform: Government should not be authorized to limit our free choices for our healthcare providers.

Self Defense: Everyone should have the right to self defense and to protect our families. I am a lifetime member of the NRA, and the state representative for the Pink Pistols, advocating self defense for women.

Support School Vouchers: Parents should be free to choose their children’s schools: private, public, parochial, charter, or homeschooling.

Del Pointe: It is immoral and irresponsible for the state to partner with gambling and other special interests, to compete with private businesses in Sussex County. It is unfair for the state to reward a few, politically privileged people at the expense of all − Delaware’s taxpayers.

You may visit Wendy’s campaign online at http://www.delawareliberty.com.