My name is Mary Elizabeth Roller. I am running for county commissioner in the 11th District and I am asking for your support and vote during early voting until July 28 and Election Day on Aug. 2.
I am the daughter of Danny and Paula Roller. I live in the Midway community in Rock Island. I love my community and I am running to help the future of our county grow and prosper. I am a 2016 graduate of Tennessee Technological University with a degree in Agriculture Business Management.
I currently work on my family’s farm and in my father’s nursery.
I am a very hard worker and I would love to go to work not only for the citizens of the 11th District, but for all citizens of Warren County.
I am so grateful for the opportunity to run for office to help improve my hometown.
Being a farmer, I don’t really have a set schedule or hours, but I try to volunteer my time in the Midway community every chance I get.
While in college, I was involved in professional and social sororities where I volunteered my time all over Putnam County. I was inducted into two honor societies while at Tech and where I donated items and volunteered time to those in need.
I was the treasurer and president of the agriculture business club. I am currently involved in the Farm Bureau young farmers and ranchers.
I am running for county commissioner to be a voice for the 11th District.
Whether you vote for me or not, I encourage everyone to get out and vote since this is a critical election year for Warren County. I appreciate all the support and votes.