Thank You!

THANK YOU! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you to everyone who voted for me, and to the people who’ve donated time and money to the campaign, and to the families who’ve allowed a sign in their yard.  Elections are won because of the people who chose to get involved; thank you for getting involved! I hope you will continue to choose to be involved because together WE can Continue The Progress and Revitalize West Side!

On Tuesday, 3,871 voters went to the polls and proved that every vote truly does count! Our win was by a small margin and is not enough to ensure a victory in November. Over the next 51 days I will continue to get out to meet as many of you as possible. I want to get to know you and I want to hear what is important to you. While I’ve outlined a starting point in the 5-Point Plan, I know that no one has all of the ideas or answers; it’s important to me that I get your feedback to help reshape the actions we’ll take if I’m elected Mayor. As I mentioned in prior weeks, I envision a town with strong community ties, where residents of all ages and backgrounds, and business owners of all sizes, feel welcome and can afford to live. The key underlying theme to everything in the 5-Point Plan is fiscal responsibility!  That means we’ll have programs aimed at expanding our tax base while continuing to look for efficiency and savings.  It means proposing only those projects that are fully funded at the outset. You’ll continue to hear more about the 5-Point Plan in coming weeks.

I’m running for mayor because I care about the future of West Springfield. This is where I choose to live and work and someday raise a family. This is where you’ve chosen to live and work and perhaps raise a family. I’m willing to do the work to make sure West Side is the place we continue to be proud of and am in the best position to Continue The Progress that’s been made over the last two years. I was hand selected by Mayor Sullivan as the first full-time attorney for West Side and worked for Mayor Cohen prior to that. I stand out in this year’s election because I have the most executive experience, and it’s relevant experience that counts! West Side residents shouldn’t have to choose between education and experience. I have both and am asking for your vote on November 3rd.

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