Attleboro: Mayoral Candidate Ron Churchill Meets With Voters
February 14th, 2011 · 1 Comment
Saturday, Ron Churchill met with dozens of Attleboro voters at Jonathan’s the popular spot in the Union Station neighborhood of Attleboro. Voters were eager to sign his nomination papers. Jonathan and Liza and Jonathon’s mom, Ann Friedman, worked one side of the counter dispensing coffee and pastry, while Ron worked the room greeting individual neighbors as they joined the gathering.
In brief remarks, Churchill touched on the three generations of his family who have served the city as firefighters. He said that Attleboro was not what it once was and he is seeking to be mayor to set Attleboro on the right the course again.
He said there are good people working at city hall who are always courteous and respond promptly to citizens isssues. His will be an administration where everyone will have access to city hall and the mayor’s office.
The audience really enjoyed the question, answer and suggestion portion of the meeting. Churchill answered questions when he knew the answers and asked for information and comments from the audience when he needed additional information.
Churchill’s honest request for comments pleased the crowd and added to the trust that was obvious in the room. The drink and deserts were good. The voters were enthusiastic.
It was a strong first outing for Ron Churchill’s race for mayor.