Danville, NH – The Government Integrity Project is fighting to restore Traditional American Values at every level of government. Especially locally, where it is easier to take back control – one town at a time. When we fix our towns, we’ll fix our states. When we fix our states, we’ll fix our country.
That’s why one of their current projects is to help educate Danville voters about Selectman Kim Farah, who is running unopposed in the July 13, 2021 election. Danville’s residents are outraged that Farah did not intervene when Kate Bossi, a grandmother and Sunday School Teacher was forcefully arrested in front of students for not wearing a mask, as requested on the agenda,
“Attendees are asked to wear appropriate face coverings and practice social distancing protocols.”
Another aspect of the GIP’s education process will inform Danville voters how they can vote for former Selectman Scott Borucki with a Write-In campaign that he has initiated at the request of Danville residents. Borucki is a former two-time Chairman of the Danville Selectman.
He shares resident’s concerns, stating “a lot of people are rightfully upset with Farah’s actions, and I want to give Danville residents a choice.”
Farah is running unopposed in the one-year term for the Danville Selectman’s race, because the filing period for candidates to have their name listed on the ballot was closed in January. So for Borucki to garner votes, residents will need to write in his name on the ballot when they vote.
“We believe people like Kim Farah have no place in representative government and should be replaced, but that decision should always be left to the voters,” said Co-Founder and Chairman Ken Eyring. “We’ll provide the facts so Danville residents will be in a position to cast a more informed vote. They have a choice with Scott Borucki, and the decision is theirs to make.”
Co-Founder and Vice-Chair Tom Murray agreed, adding “Having a Sunday School Teacher arrested in this situation is disturbing. Danville residents have asked for our help because Farah’s actions do not reflect the values of their community.”
Although it is more difficult for a write-in candidate to win an election, Borucki has name recognition. He also has the knowledge and experience to immediately restore common sense to reflect the values of voters and make a positive change for Danville.
If you want to help the GIP’s efforts to educate voters about Scott Borucki’s campaign, please visit www.governmentintegrityproject.org and sign up to volunteer.
You can also provide significant help by donating any amount to www.GiveSendGo.com/gip.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR VOTERS: There will be two races for Selectman listed on the Danville ballot, one with three-year terms, and another with a one-year term. Borucki is running for the one-year term against Kim Farah. To vote for Mr. Borucki, please fill in the oval in the “Write-In Candidates” line for the Selectman’s race with a one-year term, then write “Scott Borucki” next to the oval.