The Crowley Mayoral Election is quickly approaching.
Five people are running to replace Greg Jones, who is retiring after three terms in office.
Those candidates, in no particular order are:
Councilman Elliot Dore, who has served on the city council for 20 years.
He worked in the rice industry for more than 20 years before becoming a financial advisor.
With this experience– Dore believes he can help develop Crowley’s economy.
Councilman Bryan Borill works in business.
He says his marketing and government experience coupled with his passion for the city will help move Crowley forward.
Emily Stoma is the only candidate in the race *not* on the city council.
She’s had more than 20 years of banking experience… owns a local storage business… and spends her time volunteering in the community.
Stoma believes she can create a new direction for the city.
Councilman Tim Monceaux has worked in construction sales for nearly 40 years.
He believes his skills in customer service will help him revitalize the city .
Councilwoman Ezora Proctor taught for 20 years and worked for the state department of education.
She was also vice president of the Acadia Parish School board before becoming a council member.
Proctor says her diligence and experience in both education and government will help unify… and expand… the city.
Election day is November 6th.