The Transylvania Times -

Vote For Guice


October 25, 2018

Here it is with the election process underway and I believe it is reasonable to say that we all want the best person to be elected into office. As a lifelong resident of Transylvania County, I know that I personally want the very best qualified people to be elected into the various offices to serve for the betterment of our wonderful community!

With that being said, I would like to bring to your attention David Guice for consideration to the office of county commissioner. I have known David and his family for many years. I was a staff pastor at the church where David and his family were actively involved. It was through that, that I came to know David in a personal way. I found David to be a man of integrity and of high morals. He is a man of high energy and drive.

David has served the public, both on the local level and on the state level; locally as a county commissioner for an eight year tenure. On the state level, he was elected to the N.C. House of Representatives for District 113 for two terms and later as Commissioner of both the Adult and Juvenile Justice System of North Carolina.

I believe if we will be real honest with ourselves, we will recognize that we are living in a better county as a result of David’s previous leadership. David was instrumental during his previous time as a county commissioner in seeing our current library being built; he was an instrumental proponent in placing SROs [School Resource Officers] into our schools; he was a leader in the site search and selection/building and design/planning and implementation of our county’s Public Safety Facility. He has coached Little League Baseball in our community and served as league president. David has also served as Chairman of the Board of Directors for S.A.F.E., etc.

Vote for David Guice this election. He has the heart for the good of Transylvania County!

Hank Moffitt

Pisgah Forest


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