Race to November
Who am I?
My name is Ashleigh Mock and I am running as a write-in candidate for Wesley Chapel Village Council. My desire is to be a servant, not a politician. I have enjoyed living here for over 6 years with my husband and two children. I’m running to make sure the right things get done to benefit the residents of Wesley Chapel.
Write in Ashleigh Mock because …
• I will work to support and improve the quality of life for my family and neighbors.
• I will continue to advocate the implementation of the Master Plan to support our residents’ vision for our community.
• I will support the Parks and Recreation committee in opening our first park to provide a welcome retreat for all ages and interests. Providing a safe place to play, exercise, or to enjoy the beauty of nature is essential for renewing our community.
• As your spokesperson, I will use my strong communication skills and courage, to speak on your behalf after fully understanding your needs and desires.
• I am committed to fostering a high level of citizen engagement.
I executed a key role as secretary for the Wesley Chapel Master Plan Committee from 2006 to 2008 in order to develop a vision balancing future population growth, economic development and quality of life. With a past career in corporate finance with the General Electric corporation, I have excellent analytical skills, project planning & management skills and the ability to work well with people. I graduated from University of Arizona on the Distinctive Dean’s List with a major in Business Economics (1997).
Why am I running
I give high praise to the current administration and volunteers for their work towards building our first park and town hall and organizing amazing community events. Encouraging the development of parks, promoting responsible growth while preserving our rural heritage, continuing to improve ordinances and not raising taxes are my priorities. Wesley Chapel is a town where history and heritage are respected and where people and their involvement matter. Its unique character attracts a wide variety of people and I want to encourage a sense of inclusiveness and community to ensure Wesley Chapel has a bright future ahead.
I have a great passion for the Village of Wesley Chapel, which is evident through all my volunteer work in the community. I promise to serve the community to the best of my ability, in a fiscally conservative, well thought out manner. I am willing to devote the time and energy to solving problems and proactively seek solutions.
If you, too, would like to keep Wesley Chapel “A Great Place to Live and Raise a Family,” please write in Ashleigh Mock for Wesley Chapel Village Council. I would also encourage you to select Elaine B. Rosoff. Elaine and I worked together on the Master Plan Committee and she will make an excellent addition to the Council.
Please visit my campaign website at mockforcouncil.shutterfly.com and vote at the Monroe Library from October 20 to November 5 or at your local polling location Nov. 8.