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THE Precinct 4 Galveston County Commissioner Candidate
I support Michelle Hatmaker, candidate for Precinct 4 County Commissioner. She is a
leader with vision, strength, and resilience. I have observed the strength of a woman
flourish over the years. Since the passing of her husband in 2000 she has stepped
in to successfully operate multiple businesses, as well as continue to raise a family.
I have seen her forge through the most trying time of her life, the passing of a son at
the age of 21.
I watched her rebuild after Hurricane Ike. Her proactiveness of operating a shelter
during Hurricane Harvey and opening the doors of her home to flood victims. She
has a strength of not allowing life circumstances to suppress her desire to succeed.
She does this with honesty, integrity, and selflessness. It amazes me to continue to
observe her personal and public growth. Over the years she has become a student of
understanding Galveston County. Her love for our County has cultivated a vision and
understanding of how to grow/protect it in a positive way.
Yes, I may be partial to whom I support, but I also have an understanding of the
strength, intelligence, integrity, and resilience of this candidate, my Mother.

To good health,
Daniel Hatmaker, NP-C, DC
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