This April 4th, Cast Your Vote for those Who Intend to SERVE
As we live our lives, most of us are doing the best we can for ourselves and our families. We as citizens choose different pursuits to fulfill and sustain our time on this earth.
Politics is an admirable pursuit. Holding elected office and making decisions that impact the lives of our fellow citizens is a great privilege.
Allow yourself to remember that with that great privilege comes responsibility to serve. Elected office is a privilege, not a right, and that privilege demands a responsibility to serve one’s community before all else.
Intention is powerful. Elected officials that hold an honorable intention of service attain positive results.
Elected officials that claim to possess the best intentions, while attaining poor results, do not have what it takes to lead, and hold an elected post in our city.
Local politics affect us all. When deciding on the best candidates for the upcoming election, allow your instincts to play a role in guiding your vote.
Civic minded individuals intending to serve our community deserve your precious vote. Take the time to identify those intending to serve, and witness inclusive growth and success for the whole of our Glendale community.