An open letter to Culpeper County citizens

As we approach the last few weeks before election day, I want to take the opportunity to thank everyone who has opened their doors for me, talked with me, accepted my handout material, and generously allowed me to place campaign signs on their property. I appreciate the tremendous outpouring of welcoming support that has been shown to me as a first time candidate for public office.
As a candidate for board of supervisors in the Cedar Mountain District, I am making every effort to visit as many Cedar Mountain residents as possible between now and election day. If you have any special concerns and would like to speak with me, please feel free to email at or or call me directly at (540) 219-8871.

In closing, I have received many calls about contributing to my campaign. In an effort to be 100 percent transparent and indebted to no one, I am not accepting monetary campaign contributions. I would like to thank everyone who has offered to contribute to my campaign or sent checks which I have diligently returned. Anyone who would like to contribute money to my campaign, I ask that you please consider making a donation to Culpeper, Rapidan, or Reva Volunteer Fire Departments which are the departments that primarily serve the citizens of Cedar Mountain.

As for me, I ask only for your vote on November 5. I humbly thank you for supporting my campaign by telling your friends, family and neighbors about me and my qualifications for Culpeper County Board of Supervisors.

Jack Frazier