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Candidate Profile: Bob Hauser
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Village of Browntown

There are two candidates for president of the village of Browntown. Incumbent Joan Pickett is being challenged by Robert Hauser.

There are two trustee seats open. David Plath is the only name on the ballot for trustee.

Position sought: President, village of Browntown

Age: 67

City/town of residence: Village of Browntown

Family: Widower, Barbi (Butts) Hauser; Son, Shawn Hauser and family; daughter, Jill Kenyon and family; step-daughters Jessica Sandry, Amanda Sandry and Laura Sandry; step-sons Josh Sandry and family and Scott Sandry.

Education: Graduate Darlington High School 1965

Occupation: Retired. Previous occupation Murray and Sons Transportation Browntown

Previous elected positions held: Browntown village council

What are the top issues facing this district/municipality and how would you work to resolve them?

Our top current issues include the village financial problems and lack of leadership. I plan on working very closely to the financial budget to resolve these current issues. I also plan on bringing leadership and confidence in our leadership by working closely with our village employees.

What are other key issues facing the district/municipality, and how would you work to resolve them?

One key issue we are currently facing is lack of confidence in our community leadership and I plan on resolving this issue by working with the citizens of Browntown and bringing the community together as a whole.

Why are you the best candidate for this office?

I have leadership skills from my previous supervisory positions at Monroe Truck Equipment and I enjoy working with the citizens and employees of the village of Browntown. I believe the village needs a fresh start and that I could benefit this fresh start.