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I’m writing in today to tell you about a candidate that does a lot of things that never make it in to the press. When Maureen “Mo” Mulheren’s young daughter noticed that a Winnebago had pornagraphic graffiti on it Mulheren went to work hoping to remedy the situation. She waited until she saw the Winnebago again and pulled over and knocked on the door. She asked the gentlemen inside what he needed help with to get the graffiti off with. He let her know that he had tried traditional paint removers and it wasn’t working so he was looking for a specific spray paint to match the color of the Winnebago. Mulheren went to all of the paint stores and couldn’t find it so she found the specific type online on Amazon and ordered it. When it arrived and she delivered it she was a little worried that it might be a while before the graffiti was able to be covered so she reached out to me. This individual was reluctant to take the time to paint over the graffiti but with my encouragement he was able to get it taken care of. I could go on and on about Mo volunteering to clean up trash in the creeks with homeless individuals but you get my point. These are the kinds of things that Mo does behind the scenes with her own time and money with no expectation of recognition or reimbursement because she sees a problem and wants to do what it will take to get it remedied. I hope you will join me in voting Mo Mulheren this November so we can have someone in the Second District Supervisor seat that will be on the streets working with everyone in our community to achieve our goals.
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