Walton Chamber goes political at luncheon

Published: Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 04:07 PM.

Day is a native of Opp, Ala., a Vietnam veteran, and a resident of the Point Washington community for more than two decades. He has worked as a home builder, been involved with the school system, a board member of the Walton County Taxpayer Association, is a member of the Citizens for Honest Government, is on the board of the Historic Point Washington organization, and is a Kiwanis member.

Day said he is running on the platform of providing open, honest, and accessible government and representing the people of Walton County.

'The way the bridge referendum was handled by Dawn Moliterno at the TDC was wrong and a violation of state statute," Day said in a phone interview.

He invites the public to view his website at www.frankdayforhonestgov.com.


Supervisor of Elections Bobby Beasley said there will be two pages of choices in the upcoming election, and he urged everyone to pick up a sample ballot prior to voting so they are prepared with their choices and do not get overwhelmed when they get to the polls.

Beasley also advocated visiting his office's website, www.votewalton.com, which he believes describes the amendments in layman terms that can be easily understood. Sample ballots are available there, as is voter registration and voting locations.

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