Jerry hearts Bill. (For State Senate at least)
Saturday's Rapid City Journal had Jerry Apa showing the love for all things Napoli in the letters to the editor:
Tireless advocateRead it all here.
Sen. Bill Napoli, while serving 12 years in the state Legislature, has shown tireless and boundless energy in representing not only his constituents, but anyone who has a problem with the local or state bureaucracy.
Prior to the 2005 session, Watertown, Aberdeen and Rapid City area residents were cheated by dishonest sellers when purchasing automobiles and manufactured homes. Sen. Napoli led the charge that resulted in a task force being created to tighten up the laws regarding consignment sales of automobiles and manufactured homes.
Sen. Napoli also led the fight to change the state law on car licensing. As a result, beginning in 2008, when a vehicle is licensed it will be much easier and more efficient for the consumer and generate a cost savings for both the counties and the state.
These are but two examples of the many in which Sen. Bill Napoli has helped his constituency in District 35 and the people of South Dakota. Sen. Napoli has been a tireless and eloquent advocate in protecting the rights and pocketbook of the South Dakota taxpayer.
A vote for Bill Napoli on Tuesday, June 6, is a vote for a man of integrity and unyielding political courage.
Sen. JERRY APA