Today, the Nancy McFalane Campaign announces "Nancy's Neighborhood Tour" where I will knock on doors in 50 neighborhoods in 12 weeks.
I am going to kickoff the Tour this weekend in the Brentwood Neighborhood where my husband Ron and I first lived when we moved to Raleigh 27 years ago with our 1 year old daughter. Constructed in the 1960's, Brentwood is a community of single-family homes, and multi-family dwellings. Mature trees and neighborhood recreation amenities like Brentwood Park offer a high quality that has attracted a diverse community of residents.
The campaign will meet Saturday at 9:30AM at the Dunkin' Donuts parking lot if you would like to join Nancy's Neighborhood Tour this weekend in Brentwood.
"The strength of our neighborhoods is the cornerstone to what makes Raleigh a great place to live and work. I am committed to getting out across our wonderful city and hear directly from voters their concerns and hopes for Raleigh's future."
The campaign is encouraging voters to sign up for a chance to have me knock on their door by sending an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"This is a great way to engage citizens to get involved in local government, which has such a large impact on our daily lives. It is not everyday you have an opportunity to get the next Mayor to knock on your door," said Campaign Manager Sagar Sane.