Dear District One Voters,
I'm humbled to have earned your trust and your vote. I look forward to knowing all of you better, listening to your concerns, criticisms and praises for City function. Getting elected was a team effort, just like Making Hemet Heaven Again is a team effort. I'm available, as always, at 951-313-3405
Please join me on December 13, from 5:00-6:30pm at Downtown Deli & Coffee Company for light refreshements and coffee, then accompany me to Council Chambers for the swearing in of new council members.
Now let's get to work!
Now is the time to show your support. I am trying to raise money for mailers and signs. Every donation is greatly appreciated. For donation info please click here. Hemet is at a crossroads and I challenge you to help make changes!
As a lifelong resident of Hemet, I have lived through the ups and downs. Today we are at an all-time low. My experience of having to physically defend by children and home from an intruder, lit a fire in me to do more than make my immediate neighborhood safer. It lit a fire to make all of Hemet safe again. We cannot continue on our current path and expect a change.
Karlee Meyer, who plans to run for Hemet City Council, speaks in favor of a proposed tax, which would be used toward public safety on Tuesday, July 26.
Traveling America has brought great perspective to my world. I stood in the Old North Church imagining Paul Revere’s ride which prepared so many for the upcoming battle for our freedom. The planning and willingness to fight is sometimes forgotten as we get too busy and complacent in our daily lives.
The state of my hometown has let complacency get so far that now our safety is in jeopardy. This is not the standard I have for my house, family, neighborhood or city. I pulled papers yesterday and am running for Hemet City Council, District 1. Hemet is at a crossroads and the time to get involved is now. We should not be worried about simple things such as taking a walk, getting gas, or grocery shopping without being attacked. In order to accomplish this monumental task, the law abiding citizens need to set aside their differences and work together to solve the safety problems. I see divisive communications in local papers which divide our citizens. America is made up of people that are all different. We are governed by laws so that we may live in peace with each other.
If you interested in being a part of the solution, let me know. There is a place for everyone to be involved so we can live safely in Hemet again!
Willing to be Your Public Servant,