Letter: Not picking the “lesser of two evils”



I’m writing in support of Sue Finkam for Carmel Council.  I want an elected official who can not only invite people to the table but is gracious enough to welcome them.  Who can disagree without being disagreeable.  Who can see both the value and the cost of continuing to develop Carmel into the world class community that attracts business and people.

I want to vote “FOR” a representative instead of being encouraged to vote against or having to pick the lesser of two evils.  I want a representative who doesn’t have “target lock” and is willing to look at both the large and small issues in the community.  I am voting to end the senseless political attacks that only end up polarizing people and not solving issues.  I want a person that can make it possible for the people to grow the community.  I choose to live in Carmel because of the quality of life and work the community has developed and offers to its citizens.

It has been able to develop a small town feel while providing amenities normally see in a larger city.  I don’t look to people who represent me to solve all my problems I only ask that they don’t stand in the way of people who can bring ideas to the table.  Sue Finkam sets herself apart by bringing attributes to the office that can achieve the continued measured growth of Carmel.

Dave Murphy


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