Marion Jones best choice for Milton

March 1, 2013

If you want someone that won't talk at you, but talk to you vote Marion Jones!

You might ask why someone in Rehoboth Beach is writing a letter about Marion Jones. It is real simply I have had the pleasure of knowing Marion for over 10 years. I have never meet a woman who has such a positive attitude and works as hard as she does for the citizens of Rehoboth Beach.

As Chief Banks' administrative assistant she always puts the issues that are brought to her attention seriously. There has never been a time she did not return a phone call and put me in touch with the right people who could help me solve the problem.

Marion has always put the citizens of Rehoboth Beach before herself. Marion has not changed from the first day I meet her. She cares about everyone. I can't tell you the number of times she has helped me by giving great advice in her soft caring voice. If you want someone who thinks of others first and is always willing to listen, then Marion Jones is the right person for the job.

If you want someone who truly cares, is not about having her name on the door, and is not on an ego trip it is real simple - Marion will get the job done.

Marion will hold people accountable, and that might make some people uncomfortable because she does not believe in wasting taxpayers' money.

The most important thing is Marion doesn't make excuses for why something isn't done. She just gets it done in a kind, caring and respectful way. Marion loves Milton, loves people, and is the most honest trustworthy person I know. She puts you before herself - what more could you ask for? The money in Milton is not Milton's money, it is the citizens' money.

If you want a mayor who wants the best for the town she loves there is only one choice - Marion Jones. Get off of your lazy butt and vote.

Marion will bring Milton back to life. Marion will serve the people for all the right reasons and bring more business to Milton than you have ever seen. To me Marion saved my life and she will do that for each and every one of you just ask her for help.

Brian Neefe
Rehoboth Beach

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