Opinion

Parker: Caring about Scottsdale is a nonpartisan issue

By Vernon B. Parker
Posted 10/12/20

Now more than ever, we need people elected to office who are not concerned whether you are a Republican or Democrat, rather, we need people who care about you as an individual and who cares about our …

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Parker: Caring about Scottsdale is a nonpartisan issue

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Now more than ever, we need people elected to office who are not concerned whether you are a Republican or Democrat, rather, we need people who care about you as an individual and who cares about our wonderful city.

John Little is that person.

In the past, I have worked with John on issues involving Scottsdale, and he has always shown knowledge and compassion.

We need healers, someone who would put Scottsdale first, and someone who does not have a personal agenda.

These times were made for John Little, that is why he has my vote.

Editor’s Note: Vernon B. Parker is a Scottsdale resident; former mayor of Paradise Valley; and a former special assistant to George H,W, Bush, The White House.

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