David Hayes attributes his desire for openness and communication as primary drivers for his candidacy. Hayes is a Republican, and defeated incumbent David Kaiser in June’s primary contest. Both will appear on the ballot in November, but Hayes was in-studio this week discussing his run for office, the things that inspired it, and how he believes incremental change is necessary to create a strong community. Even as issues like the proposed Circular enerG incinerator, and ongoing lake-health issues persist — he looks ahead at responsible governing, as a way to drive Romulus and Seneca County into the future.
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