News Feed: The latest from the Campaign trail....
1/6/11 - One week in the office and boy has it been a busy one! Working with the department heads and trying to decide which issues we want to tackle first have taken up a large chunk of my time. I also want to thank the individuals who stopped by to say "hi" or to discuss specific issues that were on their hearts.
Over the next few weeks, this website with change due to the fact that we aren't campaigning anymore. However, we will keep much of the content around to make sure that we're keeping our promises. Good government is open government and that is what I am hoping to provide to residents. Thank you again for your prayers! Ryan
12/7/11 - Department head interviews are currently taking place. We have such wonderful, dedicated individuals in all departments and it will be a very difficult choice to find the right person to help us lead Columbia City toward a brighter tomorrow. We will continue to give updates as we prepare our administration. We will also continue to post updates on the rumor report as we hear them. Thank you again for the continuous outpouring of kind words and support.
11/30/11 - Applications have came in pretty fast and furious and we are now done accepting them. Now for the scheduling and interviews. I'm very excited to begin picking the members of our adminstration. Some of this has already happened with the Board of Works and Safety. I have chosen Dan Weigold and Walt Crowder. Dan is the At-large representative on the Common Council and Walt is an outgoing council member. These individuals bring some wonderful skills to the position and I am so thankful that they have agreed to help us lead Columbia City.
11/10/11 - Thank you Columbia City! You spoke in a mighty way on Tuesday and I am so honored and humbled to be the Mayor-Elect. As you may notice, we are already moving toward January 1st (my first day in office) with the Department Head Info. We will be holding an application and interview process for the department head positions. This is important because I believe competition brings greater selection and higher quality. Instructions are listed on the page in the header. Thank you again and stay tuned to this page for updates on where we are going and what plans we are undertaking! - RD
11/8/11 - Welcome to Election Day! I am so proud of the campaign that we've ran this whole year. We've stayed positive through all 18+ rumors and have continued to spread our vision of Columbia City's future. We started in the primary as an underdog and will finish strong today. There are so many thank you's to hand out. To my wife Amanda: you are my best friend and trusted partner, thank you for always standing beside me and being encouraging (especially in the difficult times). To my parents and family: your upright and honest living has given our family a great name in this community. Thank you for laying the groundwork for the next generation of Daniel men and women to be leaders in Columbia City. To my campaign team and volunteers: thank you for putting in the hours and hard work needed for this election. You've helped us run such a great campaign! To my fellow Republican Candidates, thank you for spreading the word, wearing out the shoes, and being a great team of friends and colleagues to run with. You all should be so proud of the campaign you've ran and the hard work you put into the race.
Finally, to my voters and supporters: Your prayers for strength has lead me through the hard times. Your encouragement has helped me continue to go door to door. Your willingness to publicly support me with yard signs has blown me away. Your financial support has given us the ability to advertise and support local business. Without you, I would never have decided to throw my hat into the ring. We share the common goal of making Columbia City's future brighter for our next generation. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. - Ryan L. Daniel
10/31/11 - Happy Halloween Everyone! Amanda and I can't wait to be accepting Trick-or-Treaters are our home. We are officially 9 days away from election day. Tomorrow night is a Candidate Forum for the City Council Candidates hosted by the Whitley County Patriots. It will be at the Church of the Nazarene from 7p to roughly 8:30p. I hope you will consider attending to not only support these local individuals, but also to get clarity on their positions. I am always amazed by the talent and expertise from these individuals and their willingness to step up to the plate. I look forward to working with these individuals as we tackle the issues our city is facing. Again, please consider voting absentee at the Courthouse, life can get busy on Election Day.
Thank you for the support. Remember that word of mouth is the best advertisement and it's FREE! Keep it coming! - RD
10/25/11 - The polls are now open! Absentee voting at the Courthouse has begun and is open weekdays from 8a-4:30p and Saturdays from 8a to 3p. We hope that you will go out and vote between now and November 8th at 6pm. Neighborhood walks are winding down. We only have a few more areas left to walk which will be finished mid next week. Boy has the response been positive. No matter the economic or party demographic, individuals from all walks of life are supporting my campaign. Downtown business owners, local residents, local leaders, state and federal leaders have been flocking to our vision of Columbia City. I continue to be overwhelmed with the outpouring of support, but still cautious as we go toward election day. The debates have wrapped up and I believe that a clear difference was struck between the three candidates. Our community needs a new way of thinking and the background in local government to take us to the next level. With your help, we can put Columbia City on the map as a leader in Indiana. If you have voting questions including location of polls, absentee voting, getting a ride, etc., go to our "How to Vote" page and get your answers.
On a personal note, I want to thank you so much for being such a wonderful and nurturing community. You've been there to support me as I grew in faith and personality. You were there when I asked for support for mission trips and show choir raffle tickets. You were there when I went off to college and then again to marry my beautiful wife. This community and my family are the reason I have the strength and understanding to run for mayor. Whether I win or lose this election, I will always have a huge heart for this community and its people. -RD
10/11/11 - We just unveiled our new campaign commercial! I am so thankful to g42 Studios for producing this wonderful video. On the campaign trail we have been hearing wonderful things from citizens who are both Republican and Democrat. Our neighborhood walks will continue into November and newspaper advertisements will continue until Election Day. The biggest issue, I believe, is making sure our supporters get out to the polls and vote! We can be ahead in the hearts and minds of many individuals but pure math will show that if more of the other two candidate's supporters show up, we will lose the race. We believe our supporters will show up in a strong way on November 8th and I am counting on your help to make this possible! Tomorrow is the Whitley Crossings Mayoral Forum and Wednesday is the Senior Center Mayoral Forum. I hope you can attend to hear of the clear differences between the three mayoral candidates. Until next time, God bless. - RD
10/4/11 - Tonight's mayoral debate, sponsored by the Whitley County Patriots, was a wonderful time to discuss our thoughts and opinions on issues from residents. We had some great questions from the audience regarding real issues facing our community. I know Cathy, Scott and I were very pleased at how it turned out. I truly believe our differences in background, opinion on current topics, and knowledge about the city's current situation came to light tonight. It was great to see so many people there and I am so thankful and humbled by the outpouring of support after the meeting.
We continue to walk neighborhoods and hear from residents during most weeknights. I hope that we are able to speak to at least half of the city residents by the time election day rolls around! Speaking of election day, we are only 35 days away from election day! If you need to get registered to vote, please do so before October 10th (to be sure of delivery)! Thank you again for your continued support and ideas as we move toward election day, but more importantly, the future of Columbia City! - RD
9/18/11 - What a tremendous success! Our fundraiser was by far one of the best I have ever attended and I am so thankful to Representative Kathy Heuer for stepping in to be our speaker. She has represented our city and County so well in the past and I look forward to her service as Columbia City's new State Representative in 2012! Kathy also helped me reconnect to my roots, reminding me and the audience that my great, great grandfather was a city councilman for our community and looked "young for a man of his age."
We also started walking neighborhoods this week. This begins a journey (as in the primary) that will last until Election Day on November 8th. It never ceases to amaze me how wonderful our residents are and what a great community we have! Comments ranged from "I love how safe this community is" to "We love the people of this town and have felt so welcomed!" Sure, we had a few comments on ways to improve the community, but on the overall our citizens love living in Columbia City. The Council candidates and I look forward to seeing, meeting and speaking with you on these walks and I hope you will be prepared to challenge us on our beliefs and ideas. -RD
9/12/11 - Unfortunately, Congressman Stutzman will not be able to attend our fundraiser due to having to stay in Washington longer than expected. However, we are working on getting a new speaker and WILL STILL HOLD THE FUNDRAISER. At the very least, you can come and get a wonderful meal and hear the local candidates speak. Please let us know if you plan on attending. We need to have a rough count by Wednesday (14th). Thank you for your continued support of our campaign for Columbia City's Future! - RD
9/6/11 - As many of you saw in the Post and Mail, we are getting ready to have our final fundraiser on September 17th at the Peabody Public Library. Third District Congressman Marlin Stutzman will be the keynote speaker of the dinner. The proceeds will go to support my campaign as well as the Republican City Candidates. If you want to attend, cost is $20 per person and we'd like for you to register by September 14th to make sure we have seating. You can go to the "Get Involved" tab above and click on "Stutzman Dinner Info".
Other news of interest: We will be having a few more debates, which have been scheduled. On October 4th, the Whitley County Patriots will be hosting a Mayoral Debate at the Nazarene Church at 7pm. On October 11th, Whitley Crossings will be hosting a Mayoral Forum at the Library at 4pm. On October 12th, the Senior Center will be hosting a Mayoral Debate at Noon.
A lot is happening at the same time, which can get hectic. Amanda and I are thankful for your prayers of support and strength. We have truly felt them in the most stressful of times. As we go full speed toward November, we will rely on those prayers. - RD
8/24/11 - I was blown away by the great turn-out at the Mayoral Candidates forum last night. If I were to estimate, i'd say that close to 100 people were there! Wonderful! I enjoyed the debate as we talked about the issues raised by citizens of our communities. From mopeds to economic development, trash bins to the pool, the debate had it all. There was even a bit of sparring between the three of us, which I believe is healthy. While we only had one minute to respond to each question, I think those attending got bits and pieces of our plans. One thing I have to clear up (or at least give more detail on) was regarding the Burnworth Pool. The Post and Mail only quoted one part of a two part explanation. I did say the pool is becoming a black hole when in comes to money and in some ways, population using the facility. What was left out was that I believe that we can reinvent the pool to become a place that is new and exciting. I don't want to spend "millions of dollars" on an olympic-sized pool, but instead reconstruct or build a new pool that includes slides and new features to increase attendance and revenue. The Burnworth pool is one of our marketable assets and it's time to reinvent it.
Lastly, I want to thank Steve Beck and Kiwanis Club for their efforts. They are doing wonderful things here in our community and get little praise for their work. Between the Kiwanis and the Key Club, our community has benefitted tremendously and we should all be grateful for their contributions. Thank you. - RD
8/10/11 - We are so happy to report that the 5K fundraiser went way beyond our expectations in both funds raised and participation! Thank you so much to the individuals who made it happen and to my wife, Amanda who basically made this her project for the last month! We are gearing up for the general election. If you'd like to help us in some way, shape or form, please feel free to email Ryan at firstname.lastname@example.org . If you'd like to join our email list or our facebook page, those are other ways of staying connected to our campaign. We need people who are willing to host yard signs, walk neighborhoods, and spread the word about our campaign. With the right experience, passion and leadership, we can realize a brighter future for the City of Columbia City! - RD
7/21/11 - As you may have heard by now, there will be a mayoral debate at the Library on August 23rd at 7:30pm, hosted by our local Kiwanis Club. The public has been asked to submit questions. You can do so in many ways: (1) Email to email@example.com (2) Phone in your question to Steve Beck at 248-8020 (3) Mail in your question to: Kiwanis Mayoral Debate, c/o BE Computer, 130 West Van Buren Street, Columbia City, IN 46725. Whatever way you submit your question, we want to hear from you! Please submit your questions by the 13th of August so as to make sure they get in on time. -RD
7/16/11 - It's fair week. Of course, I am talking about the annual Whitley County 4H Fair. What a wonderful time for city and country residents to enjoy the sights, smells, and sounds of rural life. The fair reminds me of the time when I was a 4h-er. "I pledge my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to larger service and my health to better living for my club, my community, my country and my world." What an awesome thing for kids to learn from such a small age. I want to give thanks to everyone on the 4H board (including my opponent) for putting together such a great fair. I look forward to talking with people at the Republican booth and taking tickets tomorrow night at the Demolition Derby. Come on out and support 4H! - RD
7/1/11 - An early "Happy Independence Day" to you and yours. May the family get-togethers, hot dogs, potato salad and fireworks remind us of the bountiful blessings we have living in the United States of America. If you will be at Morsches Park to enjoy the music, food and fireworks, I look forward to seeing you there! Stay safe and enjoy! - RD
6/25/11 - While not being too active right now, the campaign is on the right track! We are walking in the Old Settlers Day Parade with the Republican party and my fellow Republican Candidates. I love the OSD Parade. For years, our whole family would all sit together in front of the Whiteleather Building anxiously awaiting the next handful of candy to roll out of someone's hand. As the years went on, I came to appreciate the magnitude of what a great parade it is. Very few communities our size have a parade as big as the OSD parade, nor do they have the turn out. Nine times out of ten, you are hard pressed to find a "front row" view of the parade at parade time.
With all of that being said, I want to thank the OSD Association for putting on this wonderful event. I look forward to seeing all of you, shaking hands, walking the route and seeing the sparkle in the eyes of the kids as they get some more candy for their stash.
6/11/11 - We have been overwhelmed with the kind words and support from across all sectors of our community. Business or commercial, young or old, rich or poor, democrat or republican, many residents have been joining the Daniel Camp. I am so blessed to live in such a wonderful community and have such great citizens who understands the importance of the position of Mayor. It isn't for the faint of heart, nor the inexperienced. Instead, the role of mayor is for someone with a strong vision for our community, an understanding of the complexities of local government, and an in-depth knowledge of how economic development works on the 5,000-foot view of the City. I look forward to bringing these qualities to the office and put them into practice.
As you may have heard, we will be hosting a 5K Run/Walk named "Get FIT for FOUR". For more information, click on the link under "Get Involved!" above or go HERE. We hope to have at least 50 participants! Help us reach and surpass that goal. This will be our first fundraiser of the general election campaign season. I am excited to get things moving again. Also, as you probably have guessed, we will be a part of the Old Settlers Day Parade on June 25th. More details to come on that event!
Again, thank you so much for your support. While most of the City has forgotten that a mayoral race is under way, we have (obviously) not. I'm counting on your support to win the Columbia City Mayoral Race so we can set a course for a better tomorrow! - RD
5/21/11 - It's been some time since I last wrote, so here is the latest: We are working on our next fundraiser for the campaign. This will be something a bit different than in the past, but I'm really excited about it. Stay tuned for more details in the near future. As you may have heard, a third-party candidate has jumped into the race for mayor as a libertarian. While this will definitely change our strategy, the goal and message stays the same: If you want experienced local government leadership and a passion for improving the quality of life in Columbia City, vote Daniel for Mayor. I look forward to an eventful race with Cathy and Scott, but of course, I am disappointed that we (again) have to run a three-way race. However, our base is strong and our supporters are wide-spread.
Thank you all for your continued prayers and support! We can and will make a tremendous difference in our community! - RD
5/11/11 - We continue to prepare and plan for the November election. If you would like to be a part of the campaign or donate, please click on the "Get Involved" Link on the upper right-hand side of the navigation bar. We would love you to be a part of the team! Thank you for the continued encouragement and support! - RD
5/4/11 - If you haven't heard, we took 48% of the vote and the Republican nomination for mayor of Columbia City! I cannot tell you how thankful I am for the supporters and voters who placed their trust in me. I promise not to let you down. Unfortunately, tonight in the paper, a certain candidate took a shot at me saying that we will continue "with the city government policies of the last eight years". While I know it may be sour grapes, I do feel like a short response is needed. I have a plan of action for Columbia City's future and many of these items are different from what the current administration is doing. Some things that Mayor Fleck has been doing has really helped the city. There are some policies that we don't necessarily agree on. Most logical individuals will take what is working well and use it, while tweaking or fixing what is not. That has been my plan from the day I stepped forward as a candidate. I will not be categorized or characterized as someone or something because every leader has a different style and set of action plans.
So to end on a high note, I am thankful for the support up to this point. We have a long road until November, but we will work harder than ever to win over the hearts and minds of the citizens of Columbia City. - RD
5/2/11 - Well tomorrow is the big day. I am proud of the campaign we have ran as well as the hundreds of supporters that continually lift Amanda and me up in prayer. No matter win or lose, God has a tremendous path for our lives. I've learned that when you're riding on the bicycle built for two, God is steering and all I have to do is pedal........
You should be able to get results on any of the Fort Wayne News Stations as well as the county website: www.whitleygov.com
4/30/11 - We have finally finished our neighborhood walks! Thank you so much to our supporters and fans! This campaign has been ran to the highest degree with positive messages and a focus on making our community better. Furthermore, our supporters have been wonderful in convincing their friends about what is at stake in this election. Through many different venues, we have heard of the hundreds of people planning to vote for me and the individuals who already have voted for me. I cannot express the honor and joy it gives me to hear these comments. My hope is that because of our neighborhood walks, phone calls, newspaper ads, billboard, and "chatter", the residents in Columbia City can see the brighter future I can see. I humbly ask for your vote as well as you participation in making Columbia City a great place to live, work, and play!
My sincere and humble thanks for everything throughout the last 3 months. I am forever grateful! - RD
4/27/11 - We are down to the wire now! We have hit almost every neighborhood in Columbia City and will finish by Election Day! My volunteers have been amazing and I am so thankful for them. We have recently updated many of the pages on this website including a new Video by Mark Duffy. As we head toward election day, we must be talking to our neighbors, friends, and families about this campaign and why it is so critical that we elect someone who has the background and experience needed to lead our city. As i've said before, not just anyone can walk into this job and do well. I know our neighborhood walks have been effective and efficient in educating and talking with voters. I am cautionsly optimistic that on Election Day, we will be celebrating. HOWEVER, we must get ALL SUPPORTERS to the polls between now and May 3rd. Meanwhile, keep your chin up and keep on talking! - RD
4/24/11 - Happy Easter Everyone! Christ has risen from the Grave!
4/21/11 - The Forum last night went really well. A great deal of supporters turned out, as well as many people from the community. I was a bit disappointed that we didn't have all of the candidates there, but I think people got a very good understanding of where Don and I differ. The News Sentinel was there and I expect an article to come out of last night's event. The Forum at the GOP breakfast on Saturday wasn't heavily attended, but it was an opportunity to speak with our County Republican Party.
We are coming into the closing stretch of the primary campaign. Only 12 days until the Primary Election. This is the most critical time for our campaign and we need all the help we can get. If you are willing to help with our election strategy, click on the Get Involved tab at the top and shoot me your information. It is absolutely critical that everyone in the Columbia City limits gets out to vote. We don't want another contested primary to go by with only 4% of the voting population casting a ballot. Thank you so much for your support, prayers, gifts, time, energy, etc. I feel so blessed to have such a wonderful base behind me! - Ryan
4/11/11 - Happy Monday everyone. It was brought to my attention last week that a nasty rumor was circulating among city workers (at the least) that I was going to get rid of one of the department heads. That statement is absolutely false. First, it is April and that decision will be made in December. Second, I have said time and again that the Board of Works and I will decide those positions after the general election, if we are successful. Third, I have NO pre-conceived ideas of who should stay and who should go. We will hold interviews to determine this. So, for the future, if a rumor pops up that I do not directly address on the website or other places, please come to me. I will always be truthful and straight-forward with people.
On a more positive note, we had some newspaper articles in the Post and Mail as well as the Journal Gazette. Furthermore, I am hearing of a groundswell of support across different socio-economic sectors of our community. Young, Old, Rich, Poor, North-side, South-side....many are jumping on board the Daniel for Mayor Express. I am so blessed to have the support. One last note, if you didn't notice our billboard is up on the corner of SR 9 and US 30. Positivity always beats negativity in local races. -RD
4/6/11 - The Whitley County Patriots held a candidate forum last night in which the three Republican candidates and City Councilman Dan Weigold spoke. It was a great time for the three of us to lay out our plan for the City as well as discussing our backgrounds and why we are qualified to be the Mayor. While I think the three of us agree on many things, there was a stark difference in the candidates regarding the "how". How will you accomplish the goals that you have set forth? Overall, a great night! Lastly, I updated the "truth about grants" page with actual numbers from the Retention Basin project. This is an extremely critical piece of our Long Term Control Plan that cost over $8 Million. I hope you will take a peek.
Until next time, keep your chin up and talk to a friend! - Ryan
4/1/11 - Happy April Fools Day! No fooling, I had a wonderful Q & A session with Don, Gary, and a few individuals from Leadership Whitley County today. Very informative for them, i'm sure, regarding our different stances on how the City should be ran. A Big Thank You to Kelley Sheiss and LWC for putting on the event. Write on the Calendar: April 5th (Tuesday) is the Candidate Forum at the Whitley County Patriots Meeting at the Nazarene Church on North Main Street.
All are welcome to attend. -Ryan
3/26/11 - Thank you to all the wonderful people who turned out for out Pancake Breakfast! We made a great amount of money and had a great time! One comment about the Daniel Plan, I just added a few more items due to what I am hearing from the public. One is in regards to being a Full Time Mayor. While the other candidates have other obligations to attend to, I promise to put my all into the Mayor's Office. I believe so much in this philosophy, I gave up my former job to run for this office. The other items added are in regards to education (helping the school board find a suitable location for a potentially new high school) and beautification of our community (stopping political signs from appearing before 30 days prior to the election).
Have a great rest of the weekend! - Ryan
3/24/11 - We just received the endorsement of Warsaw Mayor Ernie Wiggins. I am honored to have such a great leader from next door endorse my campaign for mayor. Thank you Mayor Wiggins. - Ryan
3/21/11 - This week was a whirlwind of activity between dinners, breakfasts, and the Whitley Co. Expo. I had some great face to face time with voters and received a wonderful response. Whether R or D, young or old, I am receiving support and am so thankful for it! The campaign is very active, even though you may not see what is happening. The signs will be out soon along with newspaper ads and other ways of getting my name out there. It is critical that supporters talk to their neighbors, friends, and coworkers about this campaign and what it stands for. Remember, the future of the City is at stake. One of four individuals will become Mayor and will lead our city for the next four years. My hope is that I will be given the opportunity to make a difference in our local community through my experience, my passion, and my vision. -Ryan
3/15/11 - This weekend we received more items that will be included in the Silent Auction we are holding during our Pancake Breakfast fundraiser. An IU seat back signed by Bob Knight is one of the items that will be auctioned off. I continue to hear of supporters across the City and am so appreciative of those individuals. Let your voice be heard with a yard sign! Let me know if you'd like to be a part of the campaign! - Ryan
3/9/11 - We have been busy! Many things will be rolling out in the coming days, weeks, and month. I also have a large amount of events in the next couple of weeks. As an aside, it is so interesting regarding the different things one is told while running for election. Everyone has their opinion and or/suggestion as to something that could be done to improve the campaign. Please don't misread this to think that I am not thankful for the advice. However, one person will say one thing and then another will say the exact opposite. This campaign has really become a roller coaster in many ways.
As I have said on the facebook pages, please let me know if you'd like to get a shirt or window decal for your vehicles. While a bit pricey, they are definitely worth the dollars. Name recognition may be the only thing people vote on (hopefully not). Either way, please let me know if you'd like to be a billboard for us by clicking on the GET INVOLVED link above.
Until next time... - Ryan
3/4/11 - Happy Friday everyone! We have been so blessed in our campaign as the support letters and dollars continue to roll in. We are going to start taking a more pro-active approach in the next couple of weeks by walking neighborhoods. So, if you'd like to help us, let me know through the "Get Involved" link above. Remember, even if you don't live in the City, you know people who do. Your voice and your endorsement is more critical than any piece of literature I could print. Directing individuals to this website may be the best way to educate and inform your fellow citizens. A big purchase happened this week. Look for an update during the first week of April!
Again, thank you so much for your support. I am constantly blessed by our supporters! - Ryan
2/28/11 - I just put up the next fundraiser: an All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast! Check it out: HERE! - Ryan
2/26/11 - Thank you God for your blessings. The snow amount was smaller than predicted, winds subsided, and the sun melted the roads dry! What a great fundraiser we had last night! I am always amazed at the support I have and the individuals behind me. I constantly feel blessed! We will be holding another fundraiser soon. Stay tuned for event information.
I'll give you a hint: it involves food!! - Ryan
2/24/11 - We are still eyeing the radar but from every indication, the snow should be gone tomorrow morning. Therefore, the dance event is still on for tomorrow night. So bring your dancing shoes (and maybe snow boots) and be prepared for a little bit of everything! If you know you will be there, RSVP HERE. If not, we still want you there!
2/20/11 - We just received an endorsement from the Mayor of Ligonier, Patty Fisel. I worked with Patty as Northeast Liaison for OCRA and let me tell you, she has totally turned around the City of Ligonier. I am truly honored and humbled to get her endorsement and to call her my friend. If anyone from Ligonier is reading this, please vote for Patty! -Ryan
2/18/11 - Shirts came in yesterday. We have blue for gentlemen and pink for ladies. We will order them every couple of weeks depending on the financial situation. We will be giving out the first batch at our fundraiser on Feb. 25th. I really hope you can all make it. I am so looking forward to a great night of food, dancing, and interaction! As a side note, God has been really good to us this week and I am so thankful for the many individuals out there that have supported us thus far. We keep chugging along!
2/15/11 - We updated the website today to give it a more "campaign" type look. We also added "The Truth about Grants" page to address the topic. Let me know what you think. -Ryan
2/13/11 - I appreciate all of the support we've been hearing about over the last week. It is going to be a clean, yet hard-fought campaign. One in which we will fight with the highest of integrity. Please mark your calendars for our dance/fundraiser on Feb. 25th at the 4H Community Center. It is going to be a great time of fun and dancing. For more information click on the Events/Fundraisers slide under the "Get involved" tab above. We can't wait to see you there.
Keep checking in on the News tab to see the latest info on the campaign! - Ryan