I would like to thank each and every person who took the time to perform your civic duty and vote, although we didn’t win in November your confidence in me will never be forgotten.
When the Boy Scouts of America celebrated their 100 year anniversary, NW Troop 4028’s then Scoutmaster, T. Wersebe, asked the troop and members what made scouting important to each of us. I answered “CITIZENSHIP”. As a first generation American, I felt the opportunity for us to teach and foster citizenship to our youths was of the utmost importance. I am personally humbled and extremely honored to have had the support of people encouraging citizenship in our communities.
Thank you to all who have opened your doors and shared your views, I will continue to encourage dialogue and awareness.
Thank you to all who came out to vote, it was a very close race for a short campaign. Your support shows that we can make our voices heard!
Thank you to each of you who have encouraged awareness and lent your support, it gave me the opportunity to show others including my own children that we all can make a difference. I look forward to encouraging more citizenship!!