Letter: Make sure you know what you’re voting for, Franklin
To the voters of Franklin: I am so proud of my husband, who did not grow up in Franklin and chose to run for city council for no other reason than to help make Franklin a great place to live, work and grow. When he ran for office, he went door-to-door, ward-wide, to introduce himself to the voters and discuss the issues important to him and, more important, to find out what was important to them. He has since worked so hard, unbiased, as chairman of the liaison committee between the city council and school board, to create a positive foundation for this city to build upon. This is not a popularity contest, Franklin. We are setting an example for our children. Please do not vote, for any seat, unless you know what you are voting for. Personally, I do not know the write-in candidates, or their views, and for that, I feel cheated.