Letters for support for Breckenridge and Dillon town council races
March 31, 2014
BRECKENRIDGE TOWN COUNCIL ELECTION
Support for Elisabeth Lawrence and Craig Campbell
Summit County Builders Association is proud to endorse two candidates for the Breckenridge Town Council. Elisabeth Lawrence and Craig Campbell both have the leadership skills and endurance which will take the town of Breckenridge into the next generation.
Through their years of commitment and participation with Summit County Builders Association, Elisabeth Lawrence and Craig Campbell have proven their aptitude to understand the big picture, and the attitude to do what's right for the betterment and benefit of the community.
Elisabeth Lawrence and Craig Campbell are both visionaries for a greater tomorrow, by making a better today. With compassionate hearts and clear-minded heads, they will help direct the town of Breckenridge into a healthier, more sustainable future … a future in which we will all benefit.
Town of Breckenridge voters: Make Elisabeth Lawrence and Craig Campbell two of your three choices and be proud of your opportunity to improve your community.
Summit County Builders Association
DILLON MAYORAL ELECTION
Support letters for Doug Roessel
As a longtime Dillon business owner, former volunteer in many areas, and one who still cares about the future of our town, I encourage you to support Doug Roessel to become our next mayor.
I have known Doug many years as a client of my company. He will better represent the business community and listen to the citizens of Dillon in gaining an understanding of what should be done to get the town moving in a positive direction again.
Peter A. Schutz
Summit Resort Group
The last time I endorsed a candidate in the Summit Daily I got stung — she turned out to be very much a politician misrepresenting herself. Surprise! Now, I am endorsing Doug Roessel for Dillon mayor without any qualms.
I have known Doug for over 10 years on many levels: gym owner and fitness coach, musician and fellow band member, and even Spanish student. Most relevant at this time, Doug sincerely cares about his community and wants to fix it. He is a hard worker, and he can do it.
After a rather tumultuous and untransparent year, the winds of change are blowing and it's time to elect a mayor who has a vested interest in the town of Dillon. Doug Roessel has been both a local business and homeowner for over 10 years. He sat on the Dillon town council for four years. Doug has the experience and maturity to turn the town of Dillon around. Doug is an advocate of running a fully transparent government and his door is always open. It's time to change the negative headlines into positive headlines and voting Doug Roessel as the next mayor of Dillon will be the first step in accomplishing that.
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