OUr Vision for The city of Chelsea, mi.
Now, more than ever, we must be involved in our local communities and local government. We believe actual change and movement toward restoring constitutional government and individual liberty starts at the local level.
Day to day, the City seems to function well enough under the direction of Mayor Melissa Johnson and City Manager John Hanifan. Yet the City appears on the brink of civil war: street-blocking demonstrations, extreme incivility at Council, accusations of racism, denigration of the police department are some symptoms. So what can we do to keep the City operating smoothly while reversing the trend toward a woke city?
As councilmembers, we will be vigilant when observing city operations to ensure they stay focused on supporting a strong community and are suitable for city growth. We must establish a welcoming community environment and steer away from divisive ideologies. We will not stand for injustice nor support disrespect for the different political views of others, leading to a violation of one's inalienable rights.
We will guide the Council back to the fundamental principles; life, liberty, and justice for all. The bedrock of society. We will encourage a civil discourse approach before making a non-partisan decision.
We decided to run for Council as we are ready to be a part of and deliver a positive change to this beautiful community. We promise to represent everyone equally and fully commit to representing the City of Chelsea with dignity and integrity while fulfilling our duties as non-partisan city council members.
If you want balanced community representation and not biased agendas or preconceived ideas, vote for Phil Sawicki & Dave Keiser. A vote for us will signal a desire for the Council to return to their intended function of efficient city management.
Candidates that Care continue support and honor strong Chelsea traditions.
"I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character." - MLK Jr.