RON BEATY – Advocate for Democracy & the U. S. Constitution

RON BEATY: An Advocate for Democracy and the United States Constitution  

Ron Beaty is currently a 2014 Republican Candidate for the Massachusetts State Senate, Cape and Islands District. However, just exactly who is Ron Beaty and what exactly does he stand for?

For anyone interested, these questions may best be answered by viewing some sample video footage pertaining just one of the myriad of local and regional issues that Ron Beaty has dealt with in the past few years.

To view video-tape footage of RON BEATY providing potent public comment in opposition to a local “problem properties ordinance” please click upon one of the links provided below. The segment in question begins at approximately 40 minutes and 45 seconds into the Public Hearing (40:45) and ends at approximately 43 minutes and 17 seconds (43:17) into the meeting video.

As part of his presentation to the Town Council, Beaty quotesprominent American Revolutionary War figureJames Otis, Jr.who originally uttered the rallying cry: “No Taxation without Representation!”

It should also be noted that after his brief speech to theBarnstable Town Council, Beaty presented a gift to the Barnstable Town Clerk: a copy of the United States Constitution and the Declaration of Independence from theNational Archives in Washington, DC.

(VIDEO) Town of Barnstable (Massachusetts), 12/06/2012 Town Council Meeting & Public Hearing –

mms://streaming.townofbarnstable.us/trmsvod/video2012/Town Council 12-06-2012 3H-11Min.wmv

or 

http://www.townofbarnstable.us/ondemand/video.asp?video=Town+Council+12-06-2012+3H-11Min%2Ewmv&class=2&year=2012

Please support and spread the word about RON BEATY’S CANDIDACY in any way possible and convenient to you.  It would be most appreciated.

PLEASE VOTE in the TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th –REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ELECTION:  

RONALD R. BEATY, JR. – Cape and Islands District, Senator in the General Court

Thank you. 

Ron Beaty for State Senator

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