Supports Munson for election to Adrian city commissioner seat

To the Editor,Do you know who you want to vote for city commissioner for the city of Adrian? I have personally been to the commissioners' meetings and the “Coffee With the Commis-sioners.” I had the opportunity to sit in on a conversation with Andrew Munson with a group of other people in the community recently. I discovered that he is easy to talk to, has great new ideas, and really cares about the future of the city of Adrian. Mr. Munson went to Adrian Public Schools and continued his education in Political Science at American University. He is a policy and advocacy professional and works at Starbucks. Andrew would like to see downtown grow with new businesses, and he supports the plan to help minorities, women, and young people acquire the skills to be successful in opening new businesses in our downtown area.As a strong ally, Mr. Munson is supportive of equal rights for those who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender. I am glad I got to have a conversation with Mr. Munson and I feel he would be a great asset to the community of Adrian being as a city commissioner. Don't forget to vote on November 5, at the Merchants Building at the Lenawee County Fairgrounds. Polls are open from 7am-8pm. Your vote counts.Scott A. MarvinAdrian

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