Brodner knows town isn't in a bubble

Denise Aronson

January 16, 2014

As a small business owner I know the complex analytical skills necessary to make sound decisions for an organization. I endorse Bonnie Brodner for re-Election to the School Committee because I appreciate having those skills in a leader. In Lexington, where education is held in such high esteem, there are often competing interests who want to do what they think is best. She brings values-driven diplomacy to the board, helping me to feel more assured that our children’s interest is the key motivator in our decisions.

Bonnie understands that Lexington does not operate in a vacuum. In the years since I have known her I have seen her work to help elect people not only to town-wide offices but to the State Legislature, the Governor’s Office, and even to Washington DC. She understands that having the right people in State and Federal office can translate to more resources and better policies for Lexington. She has relationships with leaders across the State that help her be a better School Committee member by increasing her breadth and effectiveness. I am always impressed with her ability to truly see the big picture and how Lexington fits into it. Please join me in voting for Bonnie Brodner for Re-Election to the School Committee on March 3. You can find out more about her on her website

Denise Aronson

Blake Road

This letter originally appeared in the Lexington Minuteman in print on January 16, 2014.

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