Seniors, veterans, and taxpayers deserve better from the Kalamazoo County Board of Commissioners. Having served on the County Building Authority, I have a front row seat to see how the county operates. We need change to get our county government back on track.
As a lifelong resident of South Kalamazoo County and a graduate of Schoolcraft High School, I share our strong commitment to small-town values. I believe in hard work and will move the county forward on common sense issues, save your tax dollars and serve the needs of the people.
Not all candidates are alike. Unlike my opponent, I do support the senior millage so no senior starves while on a waiting list for meals on wheels. Unlike my opponent, I will vote yes when it comes to veterans and to rebuilding the Veterans Service Committee. I will take the time to listen and act upon the needs of working families and small business owners. I will have an open-door policy to bring more transparency to our county government.
I want to earn your vote in the August 7 primary. Together we can put seniors, veterans, and residents first while making Kalamazoo the model for counties that work.