May 07, 2009
Joe for Galveston

From my inbox, some good news from Joe Jaworski:

Galveston matters, and the Island's next Mayor must ensure this message is clearly understood: Galveston is more than a storm ravaged Island with a history; it is an iconic Texas coastal community with a future!

It's time to make it official: I announce my candidacy to become Galveston's next Mayor. The election is one year away on May 8, 2010, and I'm looking forward to leading a robust, positive campaign for Galveston's future.

The Joe Jaworski for Galveston Mayor Campaign believes that Galveston matters, and it's our intention to broadcast that message positively and often. We begin by announcing the launch of our campaign website Please visit our website, review the issues, email me your views, sign up to volunteer, add your name to our list of supporters and help us raise the money we need to reach every voter by making a secure contribution online via credit card. The website will be our primary communication tool, and we'll maximize our campaign's presence on social networking sites such as Facebook, Youtube and the like, so stay tuned.

Our campaign proudly acknowledges support from both on and off the Island; that's one of our strengths. Galveston is coming back, and whatever your zipcode - especially after Ike - we are all Galvestonians! So join our campaign to show your support for Galveston's brightest future.

Ultimately, this campaign is about Galveston's future and the Galveston voters who will step up and make this campaign something we can all be proud of. Here's my pledge to you: We'll campaign the same way we'll lead: expect a clear, positive and thoughtful campaign where we will adress issues, determine priorities and draft an action plan. The election is a year away, but Galveston's future begins now.

I'm asking for your vote and your support. I'm running to be Galveston's next Mayor because I'm ready to work for you every day to show the world that Galveston's best days are ahead.

Jaworski is a heck of a guy who ran a strong campaign for SD11 under some tough circumstances last year and who recently helped force a settlement with UTMB over the faculty and staff it laid off after Hurricane Ike. He'll make an excellent Mayor for Galveston, and I heartily support his candidacy.

Posted by Charles Kuffner on May 07, 2009 to Election 2010
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