Letters: Rath can get job done

Letters to the Editor

By Gigi Bonham
In the three years I have known Tracy, I have been so impressed by not only her character, compassion, and fantastic work ethic, but by her knowledge of city issues that affect residents in McKinney.

We met volunteering in the community and I discovered immediately that she is not afraid to roll up her sleeves and do the work! I love her energy, her tenacity, her dedication, and her desire to help McKinney develop into a city that works for everyone. Tracy truly cares about what she is doing and her concern is genuine. How refreshing is that?! She has earned the respect of those with whom she has worked and volunteered and her track record on numerous boards and foundations in McKinney demonstrates that she can get the job done.

We need someone like Tracy on Council — someone who does her homework, is not afraid to speak up and fight for what we need, and stay focused on constructive solutions that bring consensus and progress. I am so honored support Tracy Rath in the City Council District 2 race.

Gigi Bonham
Executive Director
Believe!

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By Wendy Shelley
I would like to offer my support to Tracy Rath for City Council District 2.
Tracy is a doer who never looks for recognition and prefers to work behind the scenes. I personally have witnessed her strong leadership skills and get-your-hands-dirty attitude. She can bring a team together, always completes her task in a timely manner, and within budget.

Tracy is the first to step up and volunteer and can be found every year on a
Relay for Life team, pounding the pavement looking for donations, installing
drywall, picking up trash at the SRLA yard sale, working on events for the Crape Myrtle Trails, participating on the Believe! committee, serving dinner at Samaritan Inn, or emceeing one of many community events. While some may belittle her volunteerism, McKinney is at a critical crossroad and needs doers who have integrity and unquestionable motives.

Tracy Rath is who we need on our City Council. She is an open and transparent rules follower whose vast knowledge about McKinney, its citizens, and how it functions is invaluable. Please vote for Tracy Rath on May 14th.

Warm Regards,
Wendy Shelley
Community Volunteer

“You have not lived until you have done something for someone who can
never repay you”

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