Teresa Walter brings with her a vast amount of experience and success when it comes to working with people. Through her previous work on the La Crescent Township Board and most recently as a current County Commissioner, Teresa has shown perseverance and initiative while making good decisions that benefit the county as a whole.

When it comes to protecting many things that the people of Houston County find important, Teresa Walter has always made morally and fiscally responsible decisions. As a commissioner, you can trust that Teresa will continue to protect small businesses and agriculture through efficient implementation of ordinances. She will continue to work with her constituents, county staff and agencies to ensure that the work of the County Board is done in a fiscally responsible manner. And she will continue to develop policies with a common sense mind set.

Teresa Walter has a tremendous record when it comes to addressing contentious issues by doing the groundwork needed to find the facts surrounding an issue. She has the perseverance to find solutions based on input from staff, agencies, townships, and her constituents. It is through her diligent nature, that Teresa is seen by many as a true leader on the County Board. Vote for sound decision-making by a true leader. Vote for Teresa Walter on November 6th.

Bob Scanlan, Brownsville


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