The Clayton Pioneer also reached out for comment on the election for print in their Dec 7 issue. I replied with the following:
"I am humbled that the residents of Clayton chose me to represent them on the Council. I am grateful that my message of transparency resonated with voters - the results of this election showed that there has been an unmet desire for openness that I hope to address.I will continue throughout my tenure to update regularly on Council activity and the people's business on this site as well as my Facebook page.
By campaigning on the idea that Clayton should not be for sale, that we shouldn't have high density housing in our downtown, and that the downtown lot should be preserved for our festivals and events, voters we're presented with a clear choice. I look forward to working with the rest of the Council to bring these ideas to fruition in the years to come."