When I announced my candidacy for Keller City Council, some said, “I didn’t know you
were a politician,” and admittedly, I was not. I am a husband, father, grandfather, and businessman who served you as a citizen statesman and I believe there are significant differences between the
Both the politician and statesman can be skilled, experienced, and motivated, but at the heart, each has very different motives. Elected officials hold positions of power and the way they use that power is what separates the politician from the statesman. I am committed to restoring statesmanship to the title of politician.
A politician uses power to promote his own good, while a statesman uses power to promote the common good.
A politician is primarily concerned about advancing his own political career while a statesman is primarily concerned about advancing what is best for the people he serves.
A politician would sacrifice the best interest of the people if it will benefit his political future, while a statesman will sacrifice his political future if it would benefit the people.
James Freeman Clarke said it best, “The difference between a politician and a statesman is that a politician thinks about the next election while the statesman thinks about the future of the next generation.”
My children and grandchildren live here and preserving our great city for them is one of the primary reasons I seek to be your Councilman. I bring years of experience and skill in managing business affairs and listening to people, but more importantly, I bring the heart of a statesman which says, “I’m not here for me. I’m here for you.”
I will be Your Councilman, if you will support me and vote.
I'm asking for 15 minutes. 5 minutes to discover who I am and what I stand for and 10 minutes to go to Keller Town Hall and vote.
PLEASE VOTE EARLY