Vote Ryan Epperson For Register Of Deeds

Monday, May 05, 2014

This Tuesday marks the Republican Party primary election, and while casting their ballots, local Republicans will be deciding the fate of a number of contested races. When it comes to the office of the Register of Deeds, local voters need only to remember one name: Ryan Epperson.  

The office's incumbent recently stated she intends to update the office's use of technology, which begs the question as to why it is not already up to date. For better or worse, today's world depends on the use of technology, from smart phones and GPS to laparoscopic surgical equipment, it is hard to imagine modern society would continue to flourish without technological innovation. Yet somehow the Register's office has been left behind, with so called user friendly e-filing custom designed by the incumbent years ago.  

There is a gap in technology in the office of the Register of Deeds and this gap is costing the taxpayers of this county too much money, which is why on Tuesday voters should choose to elect the only Republican running who upholds the idea of economic responsibility, voters should choose Ryan Epperson for Register of Deeds.

Shaun M. Mursell  
Chattanooga

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