My opponent has launched a “Unite Lake Bluff” campaign with the endorsement of two county and national politicians on a blast email last week. Injecting partisan politics into Lake Bluff will do anything but “unite.” We had enough of that in 2020.
In Lake Bluff, ideas, not partisan politics, should drive our local government.
As your next Village President, I will lead a Lake Bluff where our critical local issues are addressed effectively by building a consensus transcending any partisan lines in a transparent, public process. In Lake Bluff, you are welcome and your input and opinion will be respected, whether D, R, or I, Blue, Red or Purple, liberal, conservative, moderate and everything in between. THIS IS BECAUSE I KNOW THAT A KEY ASPECT OF WHAT MAKES LAKE BLUFF A SPECIAL PLACE IS THAT EACH OF US – IN OUR GREAT DIVERSITY OF OPINIONS AND VIEWPOINTS – HAS SOMETHING TO OFFER. Partisan political connections won’t rule Village President Bill Meyer – only fairness and openness.
My record and experience – stretching over almost a decade in Lake Bluff government (versus my opponent who has served less than two years) – proves the point.
The only endorsement I need is from you – the voters.
You can vote by mail now – information at www.LakeVoterPower.info. Early voting at Lake Forest City Hall starts Monday March 22, and the general election is April 6. Tell your friends.
Message me for a yard sign.
YOUR VILLAGE * YOUR VOICE * YOUR VOTE