As a lifelong Republican, I have only voted for one Democratic candidate in my life. But I’m voting for Beth Little for the At Large seat on Summit’s Common Council and here’s why.
One Sunday afternoon not long ago, Beth shared the exciting news that she was running for Common Council. But knowing Beth Little for the past ten years, this came as no surprise to me! From the time I met her, Beth has always been a passionate supporter of Summit. Her leadership skills and hands-on community spirit come naturally, making her an excellent candidate for Common Council, At Large.
Beth will bring a much-needed fresh perspective to address many of the issues affecting our town. Having worked in the trenches on many volunteer committees and key projects as well as serving on the Boards of the Summit Educational Foundation and The Connection, Beth has first-hand experience working with and for a diverse range of people. As a former child abuse prosecutor in her professional life and as a private volunteer for organizations like the Santa Claus Shop, she brings a voice to those who often have no voice.
Local politics are not about party affiliation; local politics are about the ability to work collaboratively with people who have differing opinions to bring about positive change that will benefit the broader community. Beth Little embodies that spirit, and truly wants Summit to be the best town it can be for all of its people.
Please join me in November and vote for Beth Little, Common Council, At Large.