My Pledge/Campaign Ethics

My Pledge for Ethical Stewardship

Posted July 2019

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I’m not here to point fingers. I will say that our state and our city have not always had a perfect reputation when it comes to ethics in the business dealings of our elected officials. I can’t speak to the past. I can speak to what I will do in the future.

The business of Mandeville will be conducted in an honest, open and transparent way. I promise you that.

The business vendors who work with the city will be held accountable for honest, true work and craftsmanship. They will submit bids. They will work with integrity. Those who cannot meet our standards and expectations will be gone. I promise you that.

I’m not taking office for personal gain. I’m not taking office because I need a job. I have a successful business. I’m taking office to serve our community. I want to pay back some of the success I’ve had as well as build forward for a better future in Mandeville. I promise you that.

If you know me, then you know I am an honest and ethical neighbor, business owner and person. If you don’t know me, I invite us to get together. I will be holding a number of public events over the next few months. I would like to shake your hand and talk “all things Mandeville” with you.

I’m Chad Bordelon and I want to be the next Mayor of Mandeville.

Welcome to my blog. This is part of a series of communications where I plan to share my ideas for becoming Mayor and my vision for the future of Mandeville. Together, with your support and your input, we can build a better future for our city.

In closing, I want to thank you for spending a few minutes reading this blog. Other topics and more information will follow. Please sign up with your email address to stay in touch.

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And please vote in the city election on Saturday, April 4, 2020.

 

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