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Lindauer’s record shows she cares


I am absolutely amazed that someone purported to be from Logan, Utah would take the time to write a Letter to the Editor at the Ennis Daily News regarding our Justice of the Peace Election for Precinct 1, Ellis County. Joyce Lindauer has lived in Ellis County, Precinct 1. Since 2006. Joyce and her husband Dave purchased a building in downtown Ennis to open up a law office right here close to home. That was their first step into their becoming major investors in Ennis, investing in some 11 buildings to renovate in order to help Downtown Ennis come back to life after the tornado hit Ennis Ave. in 2013. Wow! That says a lot for someone who is truly interested in our community and has continued to show her love for Ennis through her commitments to Ennis to date! Not only did they and their partners renovate these buildings, she also put out an SOS to Jim Lake, Real Estate Developer from Dallas, to purchase additional properties downtown. Between Joyce Lindauer and the tornado coming to town, Downtown Ennis is on a positive move upward. Joyce was appointed Justice of the Peace and she loves serving the people of Ennis and all of Precinct 1. Joyce is a kind, caring, loving and committed person and having filled this position for the past 8 months she feels she is making a difference and very much wants to continue as our Justice of the Peace for Ellis County Precinct 1. Why wouldn’t everyone want to vote for a person that already has the experience and education to fill this position!
I respectfully ask you to vote for Joyce Lindauer, Justice of the Peace, Ellis County Precinct 1 on March 6, 2018.
Sandy Anderson
Ennis, TX
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