Hintz shares views in commissioner's race

Joe Hintz is one of two challengers competing with incumbent Mike Adelman in a race for Huron County commissioner in the Nov. 2 election.
Cary Ashby
Nov 2, 2010

 

Joe Hintz is one of two challengers competing with incumbent Mike Adelman in a race for Huron County commissioner in the Nov. 2 election.

Joe Hintz, who is representing the Republican party, said he’s the best candidate because he’s a “Christian common-sense conservative.” He said that’s “something we desperately need in government.”

Hintz explained that “most of our politicians” have lost the “servant attitude” and don’t remember that the American government was established “by the people and for the people.”

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I noticed while going to church yesterday that there are a number of Hintz campaign signs across the street at an abandoned/empty church. Very, very tacky! If it's an attempt to get votes from St. Paul parishioners it failed miserably.