J. (SONNY) MINNICK
Office Building, Room 403
6 Bladen St.,
Annapolis, MD 21401
ext. 3332 (toll free)
841-3177, (301) 858-3177
|An Election Thank You
by Delegate Sonny Minnick (D - 6) -
|Voting in an off-year
election takes real dedication, so I want to thank all of you who made
your way to the polls last week and during the early voting period to
cast your ballot. Iâ€™m grateful, once again, to win your approval and
represent you, your families, your organizations and businesses, in
Annapolis for another four years.
Iâ€™ve never, in all my years among the stateâ€™s representatives, taken
your support for granted, as I hope Iâ€™ve demonstrated time and again. I
see my re-election - after a tumultuous couple years that have seen our
state and national economy struggle to find stability - as a mandate to
work toward the vibrant economy our state once had. Other issues will
arise during my next term, as they always do, but I promise to come to
work every day with a focus on economic matters that weigh heavy
on your minds.
Serving the 6th District means more to me now than it ever has. People
are struggling, and I see and hear about it each day. Our stateâ€™s
economy, while seeing some signs of recovery, is still in need of a
jump start, and thatâ€™s exactly what Iâ€™ll work toward when delegates and
state senators reconvene in a couple months.
Creating jobs in every part of Maryland should remain our top priority
over the next year, and Iâ€™ve pledged to work with my colleagues to pass
common-sense legislation that will encourage small businesses to hire
out-of-work Marylanders and keep taxes at a reasonable rate for
entrepreneurs who mean so much to our local economy. After all, it is
these people - businessmen and women courageous enough to open shops
and stores and companies on their own â€“ who serve as the backbone of
any thriving economy.
So once again, I thank you for your support throughout the election
cycle. I talked with many of you over the past few months, and Iâ€™ll do
whatever I can to address the pressing concerns of our district and our
state. Please keep in touch as the 2011 General Assembly approaches,
and letâ€™s push for an economic policy that makes good sense for all of
you hard-working people.