Shannon Craigmiles


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Originally Posted Online: March 23, 2013, 10:03 pm
Last Updated: March 31, 2013, 7:12 pm
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AGE: 37
ADDRESS: Cordova
OCCUPATION: Operations manager
FAMILY: Husband, Nicholas Craigmiles, children Nicholas and Tylor
EDUCATION: Riverdale High School, Black Hawk College
POLITICAL PARTY: Peoples Party
OFFICE SOUGHT: Cordova Village Board trustee
WHY RUNNING: I want to protect the charm of our town and help Cordova shine in a positive light and stand on solid financial ground with a solid infrastructure.
COMMENTS: I believe that as an elected official, I serve at the will of the citizens. I have made a goal of my campaign, and when elected, to let you know via email, phone, etc., what is going on after meetings in a non-partisan and timely fashion.




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