Keep Moving Forward

Thank you to everyone who took the time yesterday to come out and vote. I’ve had a number of people ask me what I think about the election results and while I didn’t win the election, it doesn’t mean that the city has to lose. I didn’t enter the race because I was seeking a personal victory. I did it because I want to see Bethlehem prosper. After what I’ve seen in these past few weeks, I believe it will.

You’ve shared your hopes, dreams, criticisms and ideas for how we can take a great city to the next level. Just because the election is over doesn’t mean that energy needs to stop. I encourage you to take those ideas and act on them. Get out in the community. Volunteer. Attend city council meetings. Interact with your elected officials and city employees. They’re there to serve you and they want to hear from you.

Thank you again for your support and let’s take all of the positive energy that I’ve felt from you and use it to keep Bethlehem moving forward.

5 thoughts on “Keep Moving Forward

  1. I applaud your decision to jump in and give electoral politics a try, Todd. Hope you enjoyed your experience and will decide to run again. Among the many hard lessons from yesterday’s election is this one: We need new voices — especially younger ones — to revitalize our political process. Thank you!

  2. Please don’t stop the conversation now that the election is over! Now more than ever we need to talk about the future of Bethlehem and we need as many voices as possible.

    In the words of my old friend Teddy Roosevelt and on behalf of the all the citizens of Bethlehem (not just the snobs like myself) thank you for “Entering the Arena”.

    I look forward to working with you to keep Bethlehem Moving Forward.

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