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I always intended to vote for Craig Brown for mayor because in the six years he's been my City Council member, he's been immediately responsive to all of my inquiries on a myriad of topics. I've observed him to be a thoughtful member of the Council, always attentive at meetings, and well-versed on all sides of different issues. Had I had any doubts about voting for Craig, they would have been put to rest after his actions as Mayor Pro-Tem during Galveston's recent hurricane scare. He made a difficult call early enough for Galveston's citizens to make decisions about how to best protect their property and their families and worked round-the-clock during this emergency. He acquitted himself well on national newscasts - I was proud to have him represent my city. So now, having seen Craig at work as mayor under exceptionally difficult circumstances, we can all vote for him with assurance.
"He’s got my vote. He’s always been responsive and listens to his constituents. Craig will make an excellent mayor and continue Galveston’s successful path forward."
When two dilapidated crack houses near my home continued to be a problem, one call to Craig Brown and the whole situation was fixed. He had crews over there immediately, and within several months the houses were sold and added to the tax rolls after they were remodeled. He knows how to get things done.
Craig Brown has been my City Councilman since we bought our house in 2011. He brainstormed with my son regarding his Eagle scout project, he showed up at the beach on a Saturday morning to help our Adopt-a-Beach group pick up garbage, and he has responded to me whenever I had a concern whether or not he could solve my issue. I don’t know of a person with more integrity to serve as our city’s Mayor.
We STRONGLY support Craig’s candidacy for Mayor and encourage the same. Galveston is rapidly moving forward, and we need a steady hand, with vast experience, to lead our community into this new decade. Most of all, we need a person that can balance the interests of Galveston residents with future economic development to maintain and improve our quality of life.
We were tenants of Craig and Angela Brown for many years, when they owned the Pix building. You can tell a lot about someone by how they act as a landlord, and I deeply respect and admire how the Browns have conducted themselves both personally and professionally. They have dedicated their recent lives to bettering Galveston. I’ve thought for years that I wished Craig would run for mayor as I watched him as a City Council member. He continually displays his integrity as a public servant, and I will be proud to cast a vote for him!
"I’d always believed government was something far removed from me. All of that changed when I got to know Craig Brown. When I had problems concerning our city, I turned to him as my councilman. He always listened, and even more importantly, he always took action to remedy the issues whenever it was in his power to do so. I soon realized there were countless others in his district and in our city that were benefiting from the same attention he’d given me.
I try to stay neutral and keep my opinions to myself when it comes to politics, but this is one person with a passion for Galveston and its people that I want you all to know about. Craig Brown is someone in our community that has given back countless and selfless hours, owned a business, and lived in our community for years. He understands our city and listens to its needs from the people.
"Just want to say thank you Craig for the wonderful job you do for no salary at all."
"Craig Brown is the voice of reason."