On Tuesday, November 8, Plainfield voters will take part in a historic election, one that will make Hillary Clinton the first woman to serve as President of the United States. In addition to Secretary Clinton, Plainfielders will vote on the future of our city. Charles McRae and I are on the ballot in Column A with Hillary Clinton, our Congresswoman, the Honorable Bonnie Watson Coleman, and Linda Carter and the Union County Freeholders. This has been quite an election season--with much demagoguery and divisiveness at the national level. Here in Plainfield, however, the choice is clear. After winning the Democratic primary, I am poised to become your next Councilwoman At-Large for the City of Plainfield. I will be as visible across the city as I always have been, and I pledge to provide the same quality of representation for all of Plainfield that I have given to the Second and Third Wards.
will bring a new voice to the Third Ward--he will be accessible,
visible, and he will always put Plainfield first. Charles made a very
important statement at last week's candidate forum. In effect, he noted
that Plainfielders have a choice--to move Plainfield forward, or to go
back to the past. Charles's opponent represents the past--a record of
failure and ineptitude that marked her eight year tenure running this
lack of leadership in the Third Ward since 2014--the divisiveness, the
rudeness, the obtuseness, the lack of even bothering to come to council
meetings--will be the legacy of the past representative.
represents the future--forward progress by working with Mayor Mapp and
the current administration to bring you the high quality of service that
you deserve. Charles and I have been endorsed by Councilmen Barry Goode and Cory Storch,
the Plainfield Democratic City Committee--led by Chairman Adrian Mapp,
the Union County Democratic Committee, Congresswoman Coleman, and the
freeholder board. The choice is clear: Charles McRae and Rebecca
Williams. Vote Column A.