Signs, Signs, and more Signs
It's definitely a new experience putting out election signs. I always thought that there would be more of a fight for the best spot, but that hasn't been the case so far. You'll still see me out and about looking to place the last of my signs.
I never knew how expensive these things were, but I'm happy to say that all my signage was printed and purchased in Princeton. If you are interested in a sign they are available with a donation of $20 to my campaign, which is the cost of each sign.
This experience is something else for sure, but I'm happy that I made the decision to run with the hope of being able to serve our community.
Time to Connect
I've been starting my campaign and going door to door this week. Really trying to connect in person with as many people as I can, to share more about myself and my platform. I've also been asking what some of the biggest concerns we all share, so far it seems we all share similar concerns of the struggles that is facing our community.
As I may not be able to reach everyone going door to door I also want to invite you to come and join me for a chat over coffee in the coming weeks. I'll be posting the dates and locations shortly.
And so I begin my journey to seek political office, I am excited to be of service and bring a fresh new perspective to the table of our municipal government. I won't be campaigning on Social Media as I really feel that the best way to connect with the community is in person and face to face. I plan on having some in person coffee round tables where anyone can come to get to know me as well as some virtual tea times. You may also see me walking door to door in the coming weeks, because community engagement is an important part of our electoral process. And always feel free to reach out to me as I believe in serving in the best interest of the community.