“What’s it like managing Karen Heck’s campaign?” is the question I get almost daily. The answer is simple: extraordinary.

Everyone I meet already knows of Karen; and her 25 years of service, connections, and work in Waterville is unprecedented.

She’s worked in the city for 25 years, including 9 years as deputy director of KVCAP, managing a $13 million budget. She co-founded the gem Hardy Girls Healthy Women, which has now become a half-million dollar nonprofit touching the hearts of girls and women in all corners of the world; and her service as president of the Waterville Rotary, vice president of Waterville Main Street, and chairwoman of the United Way campaign makes her a well-connected asset for the mayor’s office.

I’m volunteering for Karen because it’s time for a new voice to represent us. She has the experience and the passion! Join us and say “Heck, yes!”

Dana Hernandez

Waterville


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