Mayor Vaughan Puts Greensboro First
I have a unique perspective many don’t have: I talk to voters for a living. Having worked on and managed campaigns for Greensboro City Council, president of the United States, and everywhere in-between, I talk to a lot of voters. I get to hear citizens talk about the issues that are important to them, and the things that matter to them and their families. Though every voter is as unique as a snowflake, there is one binding theme to the conversations I have with voters all across the country: Voters are an often-worried group of people.
When I talk to voters, they share their worries with me. They’re worried about the economy, they’re worried about public safety, and they’re worried about what their quality of life will be a year from now. A lot of candidates talk about hope and optimism, but when voters have the opportunity to speak directly to a member of their local campaign team about what’s important to them, they don’t talk about what they “hope” will happen. They talk about what they fear will happen if we don’t elect leaders that are competent, leaders that are battle-tested, and leaders that know how to lead when leadership counts. For Greensboro voters, the person who quells those worries and works to make way for hope, is Mayor Nancy Vaughan.
Since Mayor Vaughan was last elected in 2017, Greensboro has gone through unprecedented hardship after unprecedented hardship. Voters are worried about what will come next. The voters of Greensboro will have to choose between three candidates for Mayor when they go to vote on July 26th: They can choose to write in the name of a political party operative who decided to run for mayor a few weeks ago, they can choose a City Councilmember who has had to recuse himself from votes more than 80 times since becoming a member of the City Council, or they can vote for a Mayor who has led her city through a series of unprecedented challenges with grit and determination. I think the choice is clear.
For Mayor Vaughan, Greensboro always comes first. She’s not tied down by business, political, or personal interests, and you always know where she stands. Most importantly, she has the experience and know-how to deal with the issues that voters I talk to every day are worried about. That’s why I’m supporting the re-election of Mayor Nancy Vaughan. I’m looking forward to seeing the Mayor, and her five labs, around at City Hall for another four years.
I think you meant her five “lap-dog” council members.
Hahaha is this letter for real?
Remember City Voters: Chris Meadows, write-in Candidate for Greensboro Mayor. This will be for REAL change.
Dominic Patafie – Have you been smoking some ‘Wacky Weed?”
This reads like propaganda to me. Or simply, rhetoric.
Thanks for the laugh Dominic!
God help us is all I can say. The far left is killing us, and not just here in Greensboro, but all across the United States.
There is a difference between being around when things happen and claiming credit and being a leader and taking responsibility.
You clearly have not spoken or listened to any of the voters not residing in your
personal echo chamber……….
Says the guy commenting from his echo chamber.
So you, Dominic, think we should vote to extend the train wreck of Nancy Vaughn, control freak extraordinaire, Sorry, but I’m not buying it. She MAY have been an improvement over the previous mayor, but any such improvement has long ago fallen by the way. The City of Greensboro will be a far better place to live when Nancy is sent back home to whine about businesses developing their own land but not be able to stand in their way.
I’m worried Nancy will get re-elected. I’m worried she will help usher in even more tax hikes. I’m worried she will create a more bloated budget than what she just helped pass.
That’s why I’m voting for Chris Meadows.
Thanks for letting me share my worries, Dominic Patafie!
Democrat delusion on parade.
The biggest problem is, like her husband Don Vaughan, she is a grossly incompetent fool!
Glad to see that others have the same opinion on Dominic’s letter as me. I’m old school and feel as if I can see right through bull when I read or hear it. I’m definitely writing in Chris Meadows for Mayor. We need changes in this city and a change of the old guard would be a great starting place and most welcome!
I posted a comment on this yesterday, and it was being reviewed, but as usual, it was dismissed by the thought police.
“They’re worried about the economy“ – if they worried before wait until they get the next tax bill, already being dubbed the highest tax increase of ANY municipality in the US.
What a joke of an endorsement!
I’m worried that Vaughn will be rubber-stamped into another four years by voters who do not care about what is going on in Greensboro or being enabled by her leadership. That seems to be confirmed by Patafie if whomever he or she is talking to are happy with where we are today.
I also am worried that Meadows and Outling are going to split the opposition vote and hand another victory to Vaughn.
If anything, Nancy and Outling will split the Democrat vote and most Republicans should vote for Meadows.
The democrat voters in Greensboro do not care b/c: #1 they don’t pay taxes
#2 they are developers and will get the tax increase back in handouts
#3 they are the wealthy social Justice warriors of Greensboro and can pay whatever