Johns Creek has an important election next Tuesday, April 18th. In addition to voting for your next Representative to Congress, you will also vote for a new member of the Johns Creek City Council. I am asking you to vote for John Flores.
John and his opponent have fundamentally different views of our city. John and I both believe Johns Creek is a fantastic place to live and raise a family. However, like any city, we have our challenges.
These challenges include traffic, maintaining Johns Creek as a premier residential community, focusing on low density housing, green space expansion and improvement, fiscal responsibility of our city budget, and improved communications with the residents.
John is the only candidate who is talking about ideas and solutions that can work. He does his homework and listens to everyone.
John has experience in both private business as well as non-profit organizations. This combination will be a real advantage in guiding government, and will be an asset while serving on Council.
John is a solid conservative Republican who works for Ralph Reed at the Faith and Freedom Coalition. His family are members of North Point Community Church, and he has a child at Perimeter Church school.
John is the only candidate who supports the expansion of the city’s parks and greenspace. His opponent voted against the parks bond which received overwhelming support across Johns Creek.
John supports the city’s economic development plans which will bring new jobs and businesses to Johns Creek. According to a Johns Creek Herald interview, his opponent said the city should not be involved in attracting and retaining businesses.
John is a strong homeowner advocate and will oppose overcrowding and overdevelopment. He is accessible and believes in bringing people together.
Along with Mayor Mike Bodker, Council Member Cori Davenport, and Council Member Jay Lin, I am proud to endorse and stand with John Flores.
Vote next Tuesday for John Flores.