Dear Fort Smith Citizens and Friends:
Thank you for taking the time to visit my Fort Smith Board of Director campaign site. For the past four years I have devoted many hours to learning about issues that are important to the residents of our city. Fort Smith is Arkansas’ second largest city and I believe it deserves responsible leadership for all citizens by the Board of Directors. I am a native of Fort Smith and I chose to come back here to work as an engineer and raise my family. I want my children to love this city as much as I do and to have even better opportunities than I did growing up here.
The goal of this web site is to share information about my approach to dealing with issues facing our city, however a web site cannot replace a face-to-face conversation with you, the voter. I encourage you to review the information on this site and to contact me if you still have questions or concerns about where I stand.
Working together, I believe we can create a new future for Fort Smith. One that will establish good fiscal practices with plans to develop infrastructure (streets, utilities, fire/police) that will accommodate new businesses and new families. One agency alone cannot manage every aspect of this growth or make it happen. Our ability to accomplish our goals will depend not only on those living inside the city limits, but also on our relationships with neighboring communities. Fort Smith has the potential to be the greatest city in Arkansas if we develop a regional attitude.
I am dedicated to serving as your City Director. With your vote on November 2, I will continue working toward a brighter future for Fort Smith. If you prefer to vote early, polls open on October 18.
Fort Smith City Director
At-Large Position 6
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