"We hope that the coming village election may not be a political contest, but that good men who have the best interests of the village at heart may be nominated and elected, irrespective of political belief."
These words were written in 1881 by G.L. Adams, publisher and editor of The Fowlerville Review. This one sentence still holds up today, whether it be for local, county, state, or national elections. Hopefully those wanting to be in an elected position are there for the greater good of everyone, not just for selfish reasons.
Remember to vote Tuesday, November 2.