Is Water on Your Ballot?

Next Tuesday, many American voters will be heading to the polls to vote for the next President of the United States, but will you also be voting on decisions that affect your water supply? Many states and cities will have water supply initiatives on their ballot, allowing the public to voice whether or not they are willing to pay for these upgrades. Brett Walton, writer for the Circle of Blue Water News, recently published an article which defines where the Presidential candidates stand on the topic of water supply and whether or not YOU may have the option to vote on your water supply initiatives. To read the article CLICK HERE.

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