I grew up in a family one paycheck away from being homeless, but we got by through sacrifice and with the help of neighbors. I know what it’s like to struggle, to have a family member lose their job, to live without health insurance and be one bad break away from economic catastrophe.
That’s why I believe in putting our families, our kids, and our environment first when making decisions that affect the lives of Adams County residents.
Every day I walk into the office working to find ways to improve the lives of residents across Adams County. Here is a short sample of what we’ve already done:
Made Adams County government more transparent by moving meetings to the evenings so more people can attend and share their concerns and ideas.
Holding town halls across the County to bring government into communities instead of asking people to come to us.
Adams County employers are adding jobs twice as fast as the national average according to the Federal Bureau of Labor report.
- Smart Planning
Improved our county water infrastructure to help prevent damage from future flooding.
I’ve been honored to serve as your Adams County Commissioner and I ask for your vote again on November 8th.
Read more about Eva’s background here.