"IN THE PAST YEAR, I have gotten to know Lance Dillenschneider as man of character, who has shown time and again that he is willing to step up and work for what he believes in. While many of us are guilty of griping over the back fence, or on social media, about the rising property taxes, rising crime, and rampant cronyism that characterizes business as usual in Jackson County, Lance has stepped up to try to be part of the solution.
Lance is a business owner, not a politician. While the ‘not a politician’ does not always resonate with me
– we do need people who need to know how to get things done – his serving 6 years on the Jackson
County Board of Equalization made him realize that the property tax system is broken, and in serious
need of reform. So he knows how to get things done.
I believe that Lance will work diligently to reduce taxes, ensure responsible spending, work on crime
reduction and support local businesses. Running a race in an at-large district, which means having to
cover the entirety of Jackson County, is no small task. Lance has shown tireless efforts at talking to as many people as possible – through group meetings, festival booths, town halls, and going out knocking on doors with his team of supporters. As a member of his team of supporters, I ask that you please vote or Lance Dillenschneider for Jackson County Legislator in the 3 rd. District at Large!"
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Serving Jackson County with Diligence and Truth!
"Jackson County citizens know who they are voting for in November, and it is not going to be my opponent." - Lance
Lance Dillenschneider on the Pete Mundo show (KCMO Talk Radio)
"Thank you to everyone who came out this past Tuesday evening September 20th for the Town Hall meeting. It was a packed full house! It was a terrific night with so many incredible citizens. A HUGE thank you to Tiff N Jays who let us host this event – the facility was perfect!
To start off the evening, State Representative Jeff Coleman shared about bill HJR 80 that proposes a constitutional amendment relating to real property tax assessments.
I spoke about the 2019 property tax assessment debacle and the contract with Tyler Technologies. Billy Peterson spoke about the connections between Tyler Technologies and their investors, along with the shift in narrative from the mainstream media.
Mark Anthony gave closing remarks that emphasized how everyone needs to get out and vote on November 8th. He also shared how much it costs to run a campaign like mine – it’s about $250,000.00. So, I need your support. I cannot do this run without you.
I want to thank ALL the citizens of Jackson County who took time away from the family and activities to attend this critical town hall meeting. Being a well-informed citizen will help you decide to vote for me on November 8, 2022.
Due to the high attendance along with the requests from those unable to make that day, we plan on conducting another townhall next month. More details will be coming soon! I look forward to seeing you all again. I want to serve Jackson County with Diligence and Truth."
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