Colvin travels district, talks to voters
A truly remarkable thing is happening in the First Congressional District this week and last.
Jesse Colvin, one of our two candidates for Congress, is traveling the district in his campaign bus, visiting all 12 counties from the north to the south spending a day in each, meeting thousands of our citizens. He is visiting farms and businesses, meeting watermen and factory workers, learning about economic conditions in shops and restaurants, talking with administrators in schools and healthcare facilities. Listening, learning and sharing his views with his fellow First District neighbors.
And then, even more remarkably, he is meeting in town hall forums every day in each of the 12 counties, filled to capacity with Republicans, Democrats and Independents, all engaged together in civil polite discourse about the issues facing us. No shouting. No protests. Just polite courteous listening and sharing of views among neighbors with this young American, Army Ranger, businessman and servant leader who wants to represent and help advocate for all of us in the Congress of the United States.
Quite remarkable and so refreshing, that voters of all political points-of-view are coming together to be inspired by a new kind of Congressman for the First District.
Jesse Colvin is this Republican voter’s candidate for Congress. PHILIP J. WEBSTER St. Michaels