Representing conservative values

Published 11:04 am Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Dear Lawrence County Voters,

As Lawrence County residents are searching for a leader who shares your values and concerns, I can assure you that I know the importance of conservative values and will work hard to represent your values as your Lawrence County Commissioner.

Being raised on the family dairy farm in Waterloo was hard for me as a young boy, but I thank my parents, the late Willard and Margaret Taylor, for instilling in me a Godly faith, a strong work ethic, and the core conservative values I carry with me today.

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Melanie Herrell Taylor, the daughter of Paul and Linda Herrell, and I have been married for 30 years. We have two daughters and sons-in-law, Sara and JD Gore and Sasha and Brandon Fields with four wonderful grandchildren.

Currently I am a deacon in my church, New Zion United Baptist Church and the fiscal officer of Aid Township. In the past, I served as president of Symmes Valley Board of Education for seven of the eight years that I was on the board, and I have also served as President of Lawrence County Farm Bureau for six years.

Serving my community over the years has given me the leadership experience to balance budgets and negotiate salaries. This experience has also given me a drive to find ways to improve our communities.

Concerning my education and professional career, I am a graduate of Symmes Valley High School and University of Rio Grande, and as an electronic engineer for 33 years, I have gained a lot of experience in the real world, as well.

My job duties over the years have included being a service technician, project manager, new construction sales and now I am currently vice president of Newtech Systems. I meet with architects and electrical engineers on a daily basis, as well as presidents and CEO’s of large companies, hospitals, schools and other industries.

As your county commissioner, I will bring my real-job experience, education and know-how to complete development projects and improve the economy of Lawrence County.

Most importantly, I believe being a true conservative is not only about being fiscally responsible, but it is also about how you live your life and serve your community.

If elected county commissioner, you can count on me to use my faith, my work ethic, and my real-job experience to represent the values you hold dear.

As your true conservative choice for county commissioner, I humbly ask for your vote.



Wayne Taylor