Largo is the choice for mayor

Just a few days left to make a difference. Let’s put Deputy Mayor Largo Wales in the driver’s seat of City Hall. The majority of council members support Largo. I understand they want to move Auburn forward under Largo’s leadership.

Largo has the credentials on and off the field of governance, with an abundance of education, work experience and community service.

She wants to improve public safety, clean and make our parks safe, develop tougher homelessness policies, improve safe walkable neighborhoods, prioritize street maintenance and improve traffic flow, provide support for seniors and youth through appropriate programs and support small business that create financial livelihood for families that spin off economic growth for the city.

Largo’s endorsement base is huge and represents a wide range of residents and local businesses.

Join me in voting for Largo. She is qualified, knows our city well and where improvements are needed.

– Connie Ball

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