Brad enjoys getting to know people in each of the distinct communities.

Brad Hope

Brad enjoys getting to know people in each of the distinct communities.

  • Nov. 1, 2011 4:00 p.m.

Brad Hope,  Area H Regional Director came to Princeton along with his wife June, 23 years ago. Brad has a degree in Political Science and gained experience by working for candidates prior to becoming involved in politics, himself in 2008. Having concern for local issues,  brought him to enter the political realm and discover that he “really liked local politics.”

Brad enjoys getting to know people in each of the distinct communities, working for them to help bring projects together. Projects like; internet services, the Library, Museum, Airport, and Trails, “these benefit everyone, they are positive and make a difference in peoples lives.”

Being positive, building relationships, making a difference – “makes this all worth while and I’d like to do it again”


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