Vote Korrow, Emerson, Morton for city council


This upcoming election in Langley offers a unique opportunity for us to be represented by three people who have highly developed communication skills and vast experiences working successfully with people in diverse settings. Christy Korrow, Dominique Emerson, and Peter Morton are the best by far of the candidates running for positions on our Langley City Council.

Each of them knows how essential the democratic process is for all of us, and they are committed to civil discourse as well as transparency in city government. They intend to work for the people, not in behalf of personal or political agendas. All three of these candidates are honest, forthcoming, and articulate, but what is most exceptional, in my opinion, is the depth of respectful listening they all practice in their interactions with others.

With Peter Morton, Christy Korrow and Dominique Emerson on our city council, not only would we have a group of people working well together, we the people of Langley would be heard.



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