|To the Editor: Rowland stands up for underdogs|
|Written by Robin Weirauch|
|Saturday, 02 November 2013 09:25|
To the Editor:
Sandy Rowland has been speaking up for the underdog for most of her career. Whether it's protecting abused animals or fighting human injustice, Sandy speaks up and takes action to make things right. That's the kind of person you need on City Council; someone who is willing to challenge the status quo.
Sandy was the director of the Great Lakes Regional Office of the Humane Society of the United States for nearly three decades. The ironic thing about animal protection work is that you have to learn far more about human nature than animals to affect positive change. She has learned to get to the root of the problem to better understand possible solutions.
I firmly believe that Sandy's motivation to continue to serve on City Council is based on her desire to help make Bowling Green a better place to live for all. She knows how to work with people from all walks of life and can look at an issue from the "other side" with an open mind and heart.
Having worked with Sandy on the front lines of animal protection, and in the political trenches, I can speak from first-hand experience that Sandy Rowland is a person of integrity and compassion. I urge you to keep her at work on your behalf and vote for Sandy Rowland on Nov. 5.
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