Lovick’s work unparalleled

When I read Irene Endicott’s literature stating that she is committed to returning our country to its founding principles based on honesty, integrity and a clear understanding of right and wrong, I certainly agree with her sentiments regarding those principles. Certainly, those values are the cornerstones of our community, but they have not been abandoned. Rather, honesty and integrity have been personified by our current state representative, John Lovick.

I have known and respected John Lovick for a decade. As a previous member of Mill Creek’s Police Advisory Board, I saw John Lovick, who at that time was a Mill Creek City Council member, work tirelessly for all the citizens of Mill Creek whether they were Republican or Democrat. Now, he has expanded his responsibilities and his dedication to the 44th District. First, John listens to the concerns of his constituents, weighs his decisions, then takes action. This is exemplified by his take charge participation as vice-chair of the Criminal Justice and Corrections Committee and a member of the Transportation and Judiciary Committee.

Don’t be misled by campaign rhetoric, John Lovick’s commitment to the 44th District and all its citizens is unparalleled.

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