Congratulations Jenn Daniels!

Jenn Daniels views election results with her sons. Photo credit to Tribune photographer Darryl Webb.

Over the course of the last five months I have had the privilege of helping out on the campaign of Jenn Daniels running for one of two council seats on the Gilbert Town Council. Well tonight all the hard work paid off with an astonishing upset victory in which Jenn placed 1st place not just by hundreds of votes but by over 1,180 votes to her nearest competitor! Let’s just say that we were all pleasantly surprised.

Unofficial Results:
Jenn Daniels: 8,139
John Sentz: 6,953
Joan Krueger: 6,782
Erin Scroggins: 6,675

Daniels, 30, a homemaker and mother of three children under 5, has waged an aggressive campaign in which she portrayed herself as someone who could better represent young families, a significant part of Gilbert’s overall population. ( Arizona Republic )

Political newcomer Jenn Daniels dominated the general election for two open seats on the Gilbert Town Council Tuesday night… ( East Valley Tribune ) 

John Lewis also officially captured the Gilbert Town Mayor’s seat with 12,487 votes. Congratulations to John’s campaign committee and Sean Noble for their efforts.

The Gilbert Town election is a good indicator that the people of Gilbert wanted new people on their council but they also wanted someone like themselves – someone to represent young conservative families. Jenn Daniels’ win captured that sentiment by leaps and bounds.

I expect Jenn to do great things on Gilbert’s council not just because she listens and communicates well but because she has a heart for the community and is dedicated to getting Gilbert through tough times.

Congratulations to Jenn and Eric and all her fine volunteers! Job well done!


Comments

  1. ThinkRight says

    Marana said no the the Liberals too! Things may be ‘changing’ for the better now.

  2. Danny Mazza says

    I am so glad for Jenn and Eric; they worked very hard for this. And I am especially glad for the Town of Gilbert– they will have an energetic, enthusiastic, young voice on the city council.

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