I feel in my heart I have much more left to offer Huntersville and that’s why I am running for a second term as a Huntersville Commissioner. I am humbled you have given me the last two years to serve our community! I have worked hard to be more than just a voice, I have strived to be an ear for all our people too, because listening to citizens is far more important than telling them what they want to hear.
I believe it’s okay to say “no” especially when the citizens ask their commissioners to do so (we work for you). Since being elected a few of the critical things I have said “no” to are:
- Overdevelopment in Downtown Huntersville
- Building a $13 million + New Town Hall
- Demolishing the Historical Doc Craven House
- Postponing Our Town Election Until 2022
While “no” isn’t always popular, it is necessary and making the hard calls is something I am comfortable doing for the sake of the town I grew up in and plan to grow old in.
I look forward to getting to work for you, the citizens of Huntersville, another two years if you’ll have me. If we haven’t met yet, if you have any questions or concerns, or would like to share the issues that matter to you, please reach out to me.
I hear you. Your voice matters.