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Why I'm running

I am running for a seat on the Brooksville City Council for two main reasons.

  • It seems like the same people keep running over and over again bringing the same old ideas over and over again.
  • I want to be the voice of the citizens of Brooksville, and not just for the three minutes that you are allowed to speak at City Council meetings.

My opponent has served on the Brooksville City Council since 2015 he was appointed to an open seat by City Council members. I don't have anything bad to say about him and as far as I can tell he is a really nice guy.

However, I believe that it's time for him to step aside and allow new ideas and fresh perspectives to allow the City of Brooksville to move on to to new ideas and directions.

I want to state right off the bat that I am not a lawyer, developer, or rich businessman. I spent my entire career moving up the ladder in the manufacturing industries to become mid-level management. I worked really hard to get here. I am just a regular guy who believes in God and thinks that we can always do better.

One of my issues is when citizens, meaning you and me, have something to say, and make a point of attending a Brooksville City Council meeting, it seems like it's almost a bother that citizens have something to say and have issues that they feel really passionate about. If you have been to a City Council meeting you know what I mean. You have two minutes to make your point and move on.

I believe that two minutes is not enough time to say what is on your mind. I want to be your City Council guy. If you have something to say, I want to hear about it.

Seriously, do you have concerns, issues, or problems? I want to know about it. You can contact me by email, phone, or in-person now and after I'm elected. That's what I'm here for- to be the fulltime voice of the people of Brooksville.

If you have something to say, I want to hear it.

 


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