Ronald Poliquin’s Campaign Announcement
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
April 7, 2017
Poliquin files to run for City of Dover 1st District Council Seat
“I will advocate for taxpayers”
Dover, Del. – Ronald G. Poliquin filed with the City of Dover Clerk’s office to run for the city council seat that was vacated after Jim Hosfelt was elected to the Kent County Levy Court. The Special Election is scheduled for Tuesday, May 16, 2017.
“My main priority is to stand up for taxpayers.” said Poliquin. “We need to hold the line on taxes, squeeze out government waste, and implement initiatives to create new jobs in Dover.” “I also plan to continue the tradition of outstanding constituent services set by former council members Jim Hosfelt and Beverly Williams.”
As an attorney, Poliquin successfully litigated a groundbreaking Taxpayer Rights lawsuit declaring over $200 million in taxpayer money being held illegally and also litigated a Taxpayers Rights case resulting in a $50,000.00 scholarship fund for high school students promoting open and honest government. “As an attorney, I fought against the government’s insatiable appetite for your tax dollars and as a city councilman I pledge to respect every dollar that comes into the government’s coffers because it’s your money at stake, not the politicians’.”
Poliquin is a Dover attorney with the law firm of Brown, Shiels & Beauregard. Poliquin is also the head coach of Holy Cross’ Chess Team. Poliquin’s teams recently won both the Delaware Elementary School Championship and Delaware Catholic Youth Championship. He is President of The Meadows Homeowners Association and former board member of Habitat for Humanity. Poliquin is married to Maria Poliquin and have a four children, 9 year old son Ronin, 7 year old Lillian, 4 year old Luna, and 2 year old Rocco. They are parishioners at Holy Cross Church.
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