I am proud to call Regan Sample, not only an upstanding member of our
community, but a friend I have known for over seven years. One of the many things I admire about Regan is his positive energy. He always has a smile on his face and brings joy to everyone he meets.
Regan is a champion for small businesses and being involved in the
community. He has been a long standing member of my networking group,
Coffee and Connections, and collaborated with me to make Longmont Cash Mob a success along with many other nonprofit projects, such as raising funds for Coffee and Connections AWW scholarship, collecting school supplies, bell ringing for the benefit of the OUR Center, collecting toiletries for children in Madagascar, and distributing food and socks for our local food banks and homeless shelter.
I speak from my heart when I say Regan will dedicate and represent our
community in a positive manner and bring sense of pride to our city for
the residents of ward 3. Regan is a great listener, which allows him to be
such an effective communicator. He has the financial “know how” to manage a budget as large as Longmont’s. His optimism and drive will bring positive focus on dealing with day to day city issues. I’m so excited Regan has decided to take this courageous step of running for city council and I
encourage all ward 3 voters to elect him as your next representative.
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