LETTER TO THE EDITOR
In the winter of 2008, I met and fell in love with Renee.
We immediately discovered that we shared a broad array of mutual interests, values and principles: equality, fairness and justice for all, civil rights, voting rights, human rights, LBGTQ rights and women’s rights.
From her parents, Renee inherited a deep sense of duty and commitment to public service. In World War II, Chuck Price served as a Flight Officer with the famed Tuskegee Airmen, before becoming the first Black police officer in his hometown and rising through the ranks to Captain of Detectives and US Marshall. Pauline Price operated her own small business and raised her two daughters to embody the highest values of service to others.
Renee is the best unifier, consolidator and builder of community I have ever known.
If you live in a neighborhood threatened with overdevelopment; if you live in a place that faces environmental injustice; if you value quality education; if you own a small business and need fair representation; if you value our schoolteachers, first responders, health care workers, police, firefighters, veterans and quality health care; if you care about the environment and the quality of life for all people; Renee will respond to your concerns and fight for you.
You can rely on Renee, because she has spent decades leading from the front and serving the needs of people by delivering positive results through public service to her community.
Renee talks the talk and walks the walk.
-Michael Carmichael (firstname.lastname@example.org) lives in Hillsborough and is married to Renee Price.