Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Thank you!

Courtesy Large 4 Milton

Wow, we did it!

I want to thank everyone who voted yesterday. We had one of the highest turnouts in Milton's history. You stood up and made your decision known. I am honored and proud that nearly 57% of you chose me to serve as your representative to the Milton City Council.

A campaign is life changing. Throughout this process I met so many wonderful people, passionate people and people who simply care about our City. Thank you for taking the time to speak with me about what is important to you and thank you, again, for this opportunity.

This past Sunday we all turned our clocks back an hour; but yesterday we voted to move the wonderful city of Milton forward together. Now it is time to move beyond the campaign and on to the hard work ahead. Let’s make Milton the best place to live, work, play, and retire.

I want to say thank you to my wife who stood by me. I want to say thank you to my campaign team and manager, my supporters and everyone who believed my 30 years of experience have prepared me for tackling our issues on the horizon is the kind of balanced experience we need.

Most of all, thank you for your vote.

Lance Large


Anonymous said...

57% of 3,000 voted for you, NOT 57% of the city Lance, dont let it go to your head. There are 30,000 residents. Unfortunately for the city 27,000 decided not to vote AGAIN!!

Why do you people live here if you don't bother to vote?

Anonymous said...

You better do what Karen and Bill tell you or you will be out next time!

Anonymous said...

Maybe Karen and Bill will be out the next time.

Anonymous said...

Raise my glass and Have a drink on Sunday to the prev comment!

Anonymous said...

cheatin jerk nice robocall your hired gun got out there for you

Anonymous said...

Just remember LL, what goes around comes around.

Anonymous said...

It's kinda considered the right thing to do to at least acknowledge your opponent with these "wow we did it" messages.

Anonymous said...

Sometimes what is not said speaks louder than what is said.