There’s a lot of focus right now on national and state elections, but I want to take a minute to talk about the importance of local elections. When we vote for city commissioners in a small town like Red Bank, we aren’t voting to send a representative off somewhere else. We are voting for someone to act in the best interest of our community—all of us—here, at home.
Serving in public office is about serving your community and the interests of everyone who lives and works within—families, young people, retirees, and local businesses—everyone.
Red Bank is fortunate to have two very creative, dedicated, hard-working women who are eager to serve our community and to ensure we reach the bright future our town deserves. I am excited about Red Bank moving forward, building upon innovative ideas, and forward-thinking solutions that serve all of our community.
I wholeheartedly encourage my Red Bank neighbors to vote for Hollie Berry and Stefanie Dalton for Red Bank Commission. I feel fortunate to know both of these women very well, and they are passionate about working hard for all of Red Bank—for all of us.
Hollie and Stefanie give me hope. It’s not just their youth and exuberance. It’s that they truly listen to what people and business in our community want and need. In a time when there are too many uncertainties, it is refreshing to hear these young women ask, “What matters most to you?” And then, they listen. We need people who care about what matters to us, and we are fortunate to have Hollie and Stefanie.
Red Bank Resident