Revitalizing Mount Olive
Mount Olive needs leaders who will do more to fill our empty storefronts, beautify the township, and bring new revenue to Mount Olive Township.
We value a balanced budget and proactive economic development. Vote Mount Olive will put local business above commercialization and develop the town with people, not big companies, in mind. We believe we can re-invigorate the township’s economy without taking on large amounts of debt. We will get involved, working with landlords, business-owners, and townspeople to bring jobs and businesses to our township. Through hard work, we will develop the township and breathe life back into Mount Olive’s economy.
Involving the Community: Accessibility and Transparency
Mount Olive needs a town council that values the input and participation of the town.
Right now, decisions are made without sufficient public input or discussion which makes what they’re working on difficult to understand. When developing our town, the residents need to be involved. We believe that there should be mandatory releases of information on all big development projects plus straightforward ways for townspeople to give input. We will get involved in the community, putting the people of Mount Olive front and center in the political process.
Equity & Inclusion
It’s time for Mount Olive to elect leaders who will promote inclusion, unity and equity
We value compromise and understanding. All of our neighbor’s voices matter. Vote Mount Olive will listen to every resident, no matter their race, ability, political affiliation, religion, gender, sexuality, or economic status to find solutions the whole town can be proud of. Vote Mount Olive knows that we can only be united when we respect and celebrate what makes each of us unique.
An Ethical Town Council
Ethics starts with accountability!
As your Town Council candidates, we’ve taken a pledge not only to abide by the town’s Pay to Play laws but to make it even easier to find the financial disclosures of your representatives. Residents should always know whose money their government is accepting, and it is not acceptable that up until now it has been a difficult and time consuming process to look into the Town Government’s disclosures. Ethics starts with accountability!