Brian Davis -- Cleveland trustee candidate


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Originally Posted Online: April 03, 2013, 11:31 pm
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NAME: Brian Davis
AGE: 34
ADDRESS: Cleveland
OCCUPATION: Kelly's Construction
FAMILY: Wife Dawn, son Logan
EDUCATION: Graduate J.D. Darnall High School
POLITICAL PARTY:Independent
OFFICE SOUGHT: Cleveland Village Board trustee
PRIOR OFFICE:None
WHY RUNNING: To make sure the residents of Cleveland have a voice. I feel I would be better able to help maintain a trustworthy local government.
KEY ISSUE:I am concerned at this time of the transparency of checkbooks and allocation of funds. I would like to help improve the quality of local government in Cleveland.
COMMENTS: I have been a resident of Cleveland for 34 years.I have a concern for how our local government has been run for the last few years and I would like to help change that for the better.




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