To all who voted…thank you

Letter

I wanted to take a moment to thank everyone who chose to participate in November’s election for Town Council. It is these local races that have the most effect on our day-to-day lives, but they often go ignored in favor of the shiny attraction of national issues.

It was the honor of a lifetime to learn that I was elected to serve as your Town Councilman. I am excited to get to work on local issues; whether it is jobs, public safety, or housing, local issues are the ones that should bring us all together… red, blue and purple.

With that in mind, I hope that you will not hesitate to contact me with any questions, comments, ideas or concerns that you may have about our town over the next few years.

To those who supported me, I am humbled by your belief in me. To those who did not, know that I will try my best to earn your trust and support over the course of my service.

  With gratitude,

Alex White ~ Luray, Va.

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2 Comments

  1. National issues and the influences they create, are a threat to everybody at every level. Hell has been freed to try us. Those who endure to the end, will be saved.

  2. Mr. Sanford,
    They are hugely important, and national issues like the move away from free speech/discourse on campus(one that has been on my mind recently) definitively deserve our close attention. In a similar vein, I want to also argue that we should not forget to give local issues the attention that they deserve as well; it is always a bummer to watch sparsely attended meetings and see opportunities to keep local government accountable go by without any takers.
    Merry Christmas and All The Best,
    Alex

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