This July, I was extremely disappointed when Victor Chau was the only Westbrook city councilor to vote “no” on the human rights proclamation supporting women’s rights. While Chau decided to stand with the “other side,” or those who do not want women to have rights, I decided to support a candidate who better represents my community and is more qualified.

This November, I am voting for Jess Moninski because:

• She will stand up for women’s rights, unequivocally.

• She will work diligently to see our schools, teachers and children thrive.

• She will be thoughtful about city planning and economic development.

• She will work collaboratively to address the housing crisis.

Jess Moninski brings an approach that is centered on equity and an understanding of the bigger picture. She understands policy, education, the law and civil rights, and she is committed to a better Westbrook.

I’m committed to seeing Jess get elected this November.

Liz Eisele McLellan

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