Mike Eller, Democrat for Council 



Election Time!


VOTE  Mike Eller

Democrat for City Council Ward - 3


Tuesday, August 7th, 2012


Thank you Ward 3 voters for giving me the opportunity to talk with you over the last 2 months. The results of yesterday's City Council race were not what I had hoped for, but I learned a great deal, and more important, I got to know the constituents of Ward 3 a lot more as I walked and knocked on doors for the last 2 months.

Pete Murdock showed strength in his victory, and it is obvious that the voters of Ward 3 have spoken.  I wish him the very best over the next 4 years.

A very special thanks to all the volunteers who were a part of my campaign. They were absolutely tremendous!

I wish you all a relaxing remaining few weeks of summer. See you around soon.




Responsible citizens understand that creating a city that is viable, funded, and fiscally sound requires a wide collection of good habits and policies.  

It will take hard work, tenacity, and new thinking to effect meaningful and necessary changes. 

You have my pledge:

  • to oppose future efforts for a city income tax
  • to spend tax dollars in a fiscally responsible  and sustainable manner
  • to focus resources on essential city roles without distractions
  • to welcome investors and job creators
  • to encourage home buyers to select the city over the township
  • to restore flexibility to residents, so they can make this town their own
  • to foster the spirit of charity and volunteerism
  • to promote community spirit and good will

"I've known Mike Eller for 15 years and worked as his Office Manager for 9 of those years.  Mike is a very hardworking, dedicated leader, business owner and family man.  During the years that I worked for Mike, I learned a great deal about his life, values, and leadership style.  Mike is a very transparent person.  What you see is what you get.  There are never any hidden agendas.  He is a visionary and goal setter.  When barriers and road blocks stand in the way of his vision, his solid problem solving skills can always find a detour.  Mike is also a team player.  He would not expect his employees to do something that he couldn't or wouldn't do himself.  He values his employees and is always willing to listen and make changes when necessary."     . . . Renee McClure

It's time for a changing of the guard at City Council.