Enderle and integrity

It seems that in today's world that it is so hard to put our trust in people. Just when we say, "Maybe I can trust them", we realize
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

 

It seems that in today's world that it is so hard to put our trust in people. Just when we say, "Maybe I can trust them", we realize that it was a mistake to do so.

In the primary this year, I registered as an independent; I will not vote for someone just because of what party they represent. If I don't believe that either candidate can do the job, that holds the values closest to those that I believe in, then how can they represent me? If that's the case, then I won't vote for anyone running in that position.

I have known candidate Ed Enderle for almost six years as a farmer, and also as a Huron Township trustee. He is a man ofintegrity who can be trusted to represent the needs of the people.

He has a passion to help our community, be available to us as a people, and stand in the gap for us as our state representative.

If you want someone to represent you in your state who is not mired in politics, vote for someone you can trust as a man and not a political party. I am voting for Ed Enderle.

Diane Adams

Huron Township