March 30, 2020 – West Bend, WI – My husband typically talks about his breadth of experiences, but I wanted to share with you some of the examples of why I believe you should vote Chris Jenkins for Mayor of West Bend that he may be too humble to say.
As Alderman, Chris has been known to go out in the district and help shovel the sidewalks of the elderly he sees in need. He’s gone straight from work and sacrificed family time to meet with constituents and discuss their questions and solutions to issues. Chris has also made it a priority to visit various families in our community, making sure they have the resources they need, ministering to them, and provided a shoulder to lean on.
These are the qualities that I see in the man that I love and father of our 5 wonderful children. Chris will bring this level of compassion, selflessness and respect as our next Mayor. Be sure to vote Chris Jenkins for Mayor of West Bend on or before April 7th.
West Bend, WI – I want to endorse Chris Jenkins for mayor of West Bend. Why?
Chris Jenkins has the background and experiences to become the next Mayor of West Bend. Having run various organizations throughout our community, he has the proven leadership experience to bring everyone to the table while still adhering to his conservative principals.
I know him to be a person strong faith, humble, cooperative and a listener – all characteristics of a good leader. Having grown up here and chosen to raise his large family in West Bend, he is a staple of our community and ready to step up for the City that he loves.
Please join me in supporting Chris Jenkins for Mayor of West Bend and be sure to vote on or before April 7th!
Racine, WI – As our Administrator, Chris Jenkins has brought a wealth of knowledge, experience and conservative discipline to our Village that has been instrumental in reforming the Village internal governance process. He diligently led a village-wide strategic planning process that helped us create a new identity for ourselves, embrace the values that make us unique, and helped us align our goals and capital improvement projects to these values. Chris has worked hands on with road engineering and reconstruction implementation. He has re-codified our ordinances and streamlined our processes. And he has found efficiencies and increased revenues year to year. As Village President, I count on Chris on a day-to-day basis to implement and carry out the various policies, procedures and action items our Board creates. He excels in a collaborative setting, taking input from our board and committees to help achieve our overall goals. I wholeheartedly endorse Chris Jenkins for Mayor of West Bend. He would be a valued asset to his constituents and I am confident he will use his skills to lead West Bend into a successful new decade.
Ernie S. Rossi
West Bend, WI – As a resident on 7th Avenue, road conditions are my number one priority.
I am endorsing Chris Jenkins for Mayor of West Bend, because I believe he will be more proactive on prioritizing our roads and sewer work and creating long range plans that tackle this issue.
As an Administrator, Chris has worked hands on with engineering plans, looking for efficiencies, and creating long-term financial plans to address roads. He is always willing to listen to feedback, he brings people together of various backgrounds and experiences, and carefully assesses all relevant information to move a cause forward. Having the leadership experience he has, I am confident he can help improve the City of West Bend’s infrastructure as we move into this next decade.
Please vote Chris Jenkins for Mayor of West Bend on or before April 7.
West Bend, WI – As a leader of a local Washington County municipality myself, I know that West Bend needs to elect Chris Jenkins as their next Mayor.
The breadth of experience and background he would bring to the table would do well to help move West Bend in a positive direction. Working with him on the County Board, he builds coalitions of various opinions towards a common goal.
In addition, his career as a municipal Administrator would be invaluable to bring to the leadership of the City. I work with Mayors, Village Presidents, and Town Chairmen throughout the County daily – I am ready and eager to work with Chris Jenkins as the next Mayor of the City of West Bend. I would strongly encourage the residents of West Bend to vote Chris Jenkins for Mayor on or before April 7!” 4
Russell E Brandt
Village of Slinger
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