Dexter Village President Candidate Promises to Keep Open Dialogue with Residents

Jim Carson vows to work with residents and communicate village goals if elected on Nov. 6.

I thought that it would be proper that I should express my final public comments regarding my bid for Dexter Village President through the Dexter Patch, as I kicked-off my campaign through Patch on July 9.

This campaign has been especially exciting for me because of the fact that this will be the first time that village residents have truly voted for their chose for president since 1998. There are many of us living in the village that never has been offered a choice as to who would be our village president.

Past years the village council more or less decided among themselves who would fill that position. These village elected positions were never meant to be entitlement or lifetime and change can be good.

If given the opportunity of serving you as village president, I will put my nine years of government and 43 years of business experience together with my proven dedication to the community to work for you.

My entire professional career has involved providing my customers the quality product that they desired and then excellent service on those products for as long as they owned them.

My willingness to listen to your needs and then working with you to help you accomplish your goals for our community will be my strong point as your village president. There were many directions that I could have taken my campaign.

I chose the path that I think works best for both of us in the long run: My campaign is all about you and working with you.

In closing, I would like to thank all of you that invited me into your homes to talk with me, your kind words of encouragement and your friendship.

Throughout the campaign I was able to re-affirm friendships, make new friends and identify friends that I didn’t know where out there.

You know what? I think that I already won, but vote for me on Tuesday anyway just to make sure!

My Kindest Regards,

Jim Carson


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