Bill Hees stands for:
- Lower Taxes
- Property Rights
- Fiscal Responsibility
Why vote for Bill?
The Cambridge city budget keeps going up, up, up!
$385 million per year is a costly amount for a city of 100,000
people. When the economy was good, spending increased. When the economy faltered, spending still increased.
Commercial revenues are down, so last fall our current City Council relied on jacked-up "housing bubble" assessments
to feed the city government's ever-increasing appetite. They're guilty, but this year's challengers aren't complaining
enough. They accept the overspending and just want to shift the huge tax burden around. That is, all but one
-- Bill Hees -- who is committed to turning the overspending around.
Ask yourself, does Cambridge waste any money? If you said "yes" then vote Bill Hees #1 on November 8th!
Well, the results are in and I didn't win. I came in 13th out of 18, and only the top 9 win. I offer
my congratulations to challenger Craig Kelley who was elected, and my condolences to incumbent David Maher who didn't
The results are as follows, ordered by placement including transfer votes:
1 Galluccio (incumbent)
2 Sullivan (incumbent)
3 Decker (incumbent)
4 Davis (incumbent)
6 Murphy (incumbent)
7 Simmons (incumbent)
9 Reeves (incumbent)
11 Maher (incumbent)