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Hernando County: I am listening to you.

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In a political landscape often characterized by rhetoric and division, I intend to empower the residents and value the essence of our community. I’m not just running for office; Through passion and enthusiasm it’s my intention to re-energize Hernando County. My commitment to putting the community first isn’t just a campaign slogan; it’s a guiding principle that permeates every aspect of my candidacy.

I genuinely appreciate the voices of the Hernando County residents. Effective leadership isn’t about dictating from above; it’s about listening intently to the concerns, aspirations, and feedback of every resident. From town hall meetings to impromptu chats at the park, I actively seek out opportunities to engage with residents, to understand their needs, and to champion their causes.

The conversation I’ve had has been enlightening. At Anderson Snow Park with a young mother and her two toddlers anxious about the direction of our county. A Timber Pines resident concerned with overdevelopment and the blight they are starting to notice around Spring Hill. A Woodland Waters resident’s pool cracked due to heavy machinery associated with the lagoon community. South Brooksville residents voicing concerns of not being heard by leadership. A son and his disabled mother expressing they are one tax increase away from being homeless. Residents of Masaryktown are tired of traffic issues and rezoning of Agricultural land. Listening allows me the vantage point to truly understand what our community needs.

But it’s not just about listening; it’s about acting on what’s being said. The input received should translate into actions that benefit the entire community. Whether it’s advocating for lower taxes, overdevelopment, or government transparency, I will tirelessly advocate for the issues that matter most to the people I represent.

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In an era of political polarization and cynicism, it’s my mission to be a refreshing alternative—a leader who values collaboration over confrontation, empathy over ego, and community over self-interest. My commitment to putting the needs of the community above all else is essential for the progress and prosperity of our county.

As we approach the upcoming election, let’s remember what truly matters: not just the promises candidates make, but the values they embody. I will embody the spirit of community in every action taken, seeking your trust, your support, and your vote.

Marvin Baynham is a Christian husband father firefighter and conservative. Public service comes easy for Marvin because he does it for a living as a firefighter. Marvin understands the power of servant leadership and how to bring the community together.

Marvin’s website: https://www.baynham4hernando.com/

Paid by Marvin Baynham, Republican, for Hernando County Commissioner District 3.

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