There will be a fundraising auction/dinner for the below candidates at the Eventuary next Saturday, September 17th, 5:00-7:30 PM. The cost for a full course dinner is $20.00 per person payable at the door. Every cent received from the dinner will be split among those who have a solid plan to bring in more full time citizens and who will work hard for all residents, schools, roads and quality of life year round. Lots of great auction items are being donated as well and feel free to contact the candidates at their links below if you can help or wish to donate.
We are sending this missive out to friends, family and neighbors we know care about Lincoln City. We respectfully ask those who receive this to please also forward it on to their current or former Lincoln City neighbors.
VOTE LIKE THE FUTURE OF LINCOLN CITY DEPENDS ON IT! BECAUSE IT DOES!
We have three experienced candidates running to represent every day citizens and who will work to preserve a LIVABLE Lincoln City. Leadership is all about solving problems. These public servants are proven leaders who won’t accept PAC funding and they won’t accept campaign donations from out-of-area special interest groups.
Diana Hinton. Ward 1. Currently serving on the Planning Commission. Elected to Roads End Water District Board. Past president of the Roads End Improvement Association. Retired from the City of Portland as Public Involvement Professional. Ten years service with a national environmental organization in leadership positions at the state and regional level. Diana wants affordable housing and living wage jobs for Lincoln City residents. “It all begins in the neighborhood.” See more at: www.hintonforcouncil.com/
Riley Hoagland, Ward 2. Currently serving on the Planning Commission as Vice Chair and was Vice Chair of the Budget Committee. He has a degree in International Studies and is a Spanish tutor for the LCSD. As a young student, Riley experienced homelessness which taught him to care deeply about family, his community and affordable housing. “With a diverse City Council and encouraging more family friendly activities, we can rebuild our community”. See more at: voting4hoagland.blogspot.com
Judy Casper, Ward 3. Has previously served on the Planning Commission and the Budget Committee. Former President of the Nelscott Neighborhood Association for 10 years. Judy was a Labor Relations Consultant and Speech Pathologist before retiring. She has experience and skills to initiate collaboration with others to fulfill citizen housing needs. She is running to “Rebuild, strengthen and support our community.” See more at: http://vote.judycasperforcitycouncil.com
If you reside and are currently voters in Lincoln City, please vote. Your vote can definitely make a difference!
Gordon & Susan Walker
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