Arlington Council, Pos. 3: Nelson makes informed decisions

I have known Debora Nelson for many years and support her for Arlington City Council, Position 3. For the last several years I have attended the council meetings in person or for the last year and a half virtually. I have observed her research every issue that requires a vote, by gathering information through literature and attending meetings at the county or state level on that issue.

I may not always agree with her vote and yet I know that her research has caused her to vote for what she feels is best for Arlington. She has been an asset to the council and the city of Arlington and deserves our support.

Holly Sloan-Buchanan

Arlington

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