It’s been said participation in local government is the greatest way you can affect change. I know this to be true.
I've made community involvement my priority since moving to Carver eight and a half years ago, starting as a Steamboat Days volunteer and participating on what was then known as Carver’s Parks and Recreation Board. In 2014 I became an appointed member of the City’s Planning Commission before being elected to City Council in 2016 for a term that began Jan. 3, 2017.
Now, I’m running for Mayor and I’m seeking your support. I believe Carver is headed in the right direction, but I think it’s important to continue and build upon the momentum we have going so our community grows to be even more vibrant and strong.
The Mayor we choose on Nov. 6 will have just one vote on City Council, but as our community continues to grow the importance of having a Mayor who will serve as Carver’s chief ambassador and proverbial bridge builder will become even more important.
With my experience and level of engagement on City Council, I am well prepared to take on this role and know I am the best person to do so.
I am committed to our community and dedicated to its progress. I’d love to have your vote on Nov. 6.
Thank you for your consideration.