The election has passed. Thank you for trusting me once again with your vote. I’m leaving this page in tact for future reference.
Election day is Tuesday, April 5, 2016 (always the first Tuesday in April). The polls are open 7:00am to 8:00pm. I think I’ve done good work during my first four years serving you on the city council, and I hope you feel that I’m representing you well. I’m running for re-election, so I encourage you to vote on April 5. Here in District 3, our polling location is the De Pere Community Center on Grant St.
If you’d like to show your support by allowing me to place a sign in your yard, I’d certainly appreciate it. Please let me know.
If elected, this will be my third term on the city council. I’m running unopposed this year. I really hope that means that you are happy with how I’m doing. At the very least, I hope you feel that I’m doing well keeping you informed of what’s going on, and what I’m thinking.
So if I’m running unopposed, why would I put yard signs out in the community, after all, I’m expecting to win? I’m doing so for two reasons:
- I hope that if neighbors see my name (and web site address), it may prompt someone to call me to talk about city issues or ask a question. I really do represent you, so I want to know how you feel about what’s going on in the city.
- Most importantly, I want residents to know that there is an election, and that they should get out and vote. Regardless of who or what is on the ballot, we need to vote.