Founder and Leader of victorious "No Tax for Tracks" campaign which saved Pinellas taxpayers an estimated $2 billion
Leader of the largest grassroots taxpayer-focused group in Pinellas County with nearly 1000 members
Proven advocate for Pinellas County taxpayers
Successful local business owner for 28 years
Establish Term Limits for County Commissioners that voters passed in 1996 by 73% but has never been put into effect
End the "commitment to progressive public policy" as currently stated in our County mission statement and approved by vote of current Commissioners that guides their every decision
Lead efforts for badly needed Hurricane Preparedness for Pinellas County by making world-class storm water, sewage and power grid systems, including burying more power lines county wide, a top countywide priority as evidenced by Category 1 Irma.
Fight the shocking efforts currently underway to legalize pumping wastewater underground into our aquifer by city of St Petersburg.
Support State of the Art road & bridge improvement projects that are designed to reduce congestion
Secure our county from threats of terrorism by pressing for improved awareness and defensive strategies locally
Blow the Whistle on wasteful spending, pet projects, and inappropriate use of your hard earned tax dollars!
20 years is long enough to wait. In 1996 we passed term limits in Pinellas.
Do you remember?
It was called Eight is Enough and passed by 73%!
The outcome was challenged by an elected official and tied up legally for years.
Now the time is ripe to get the question on the countywide ballot again.
Barb will not relent in her pursuit of getting term limits on the ballot again.
There is no reason this mandate by the voters should linger any longer.
Watch this video from September 2015 where Barb asks the Pinellas Charter Review Committee to do the right thing and put the referendum back on the ballot again:
"Here is a person of integrity. She created and ran the "No Tax For Tracks" movement. She worked for years to save Pinellas County from a proposed Light Rail that would have increased congestion and taxes in Pinellas. She didn't get paid to do it, she did it because it was the right thing to do. There is no-one better qualified to keep an eye on County spending and represent us, the taxpayers of Pinellas!" Jim Lampe
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Barbara Haselden Campaign
1043 31st Terrace NE
St Petersburg, Fl 33704
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"We are all in for Barb. She will be a strong voice for all citizens and the taxpayer champion we need. She is an astute businesswoman who operated her own Insurance Agency in Pinellas County for over 25 years.and as leader of the victorious NOTAXFORTRACKS effort which defeated the Greenlight sales tax increase , she has already saved Pinellas County taxpayers tens of millions of dollars every year. VOTE FOR BARB , she will fight for you."
A short video of comments from the Kickoff July 6th, 2017