Lorraine Zellers is the 'real McCoy!'

August 1, 2014

Lorraine Zellers is what every town in America needs as a representative in a leadership role. She is knowledgeable, hardworking and intellectually honest. These traits enable her to effectively represent the people of Rehoboth Beach in an exemplary manner.

Being an effective and responsible representative doesn’t just happen. You must first understand the issue and then be able to discuss its merits no matter how involved they may be. You must be willing and able to support your understanding and beliefs of the matter and vote honestly on behalf of your constituents.

Time and time again, Lorraine has demonstrated a keen understanding of the subject matter by taking the appropriate time beforehand to become familiar with the issue. She takes being a commissioner seriously and is truly a representative of the people.

As a commissioner she has demonstrated a good sense and understanding of collaborative problem solving which make her a valuable team member. Lorraine treats people with respect and is willing to listen to different points of view.

Lorraine is the consummate representative, highly qualified and competent individual who enjoys working with people and is an excellent communicator. She is accessible and always willing to assist when there is an issue that needs addressing.

We as citizens of Rehoboth Beach have a responsibility to help ensure our town remains safe, well managed, and a pleasurable place to live and visit. The first step in the process is to have a representative with the qualities and dedication as Lorraine Zellers.

Lorraine has and with the voters’ help on August 9 will continue to represent the people of Rehoboth Beach in an admirable manner.

As residents of Rehoboth Beach for over 30 years, it’s a pleasure for my wife Sue and me to endorse Lorraine Zellers for City of Rehoboth Beach Commissioner.

Drew and Susan Woodall
Wilmington and Rehoboth Beach

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