Thursday, April 26, 2007

News-Sentinel & Journal Gazette endorse Langley for City Council

Fort Wayne City Council candidate CHARLES LANGLEY was endorsed this week by both Fort Wayne newspapers, the Journal Gazette and the News-Sentinel.

The Journal Gazette stated Langley is a “prime example of the type of person community leaders are talking about when they say they want to keep young talent in Fort Wayne. He would provide much-needed generational diversity to the council.”

Read here:
Journal Gazette

The News-Sentinel says Langley “has an impressive understanding of the powers and limitations of local government. He has spent a lot of time getting to know the problems and potential of neighborhoods in the 4th District. He is particularly attuned to the needs and sentiments of the newly annexed residents of the city who are eligible to vote for a 4th District councilman for the first time. His first priority is not increasing city taxes – a priority surely shared by the newly annexed city residents among his prospective constituents, who are seeing the financial impact of annexation.”

Read here:
News Sentinel

LANGLEY is running solid on the following issues:

Improving the economy, maintaining low taxes, and being fiscally responsible.
Improving roads and transportation of Aboite and Waynedale.
Maintaining and improving city services.
Increasing cooperation and efficiency between city and county agencies.

The choice in the Fourth District is clear.


1 comment:

Angry White Boy said...

Of course they did, the see Mitch harper and FWOb as a threat.