How a 72-year-old woman got mad, ran for city council, and knocked on 1,000 doors to win the election.
by Joyce Lindsay
“Joyce Lindsay, and I’m running for your city council.”
Joyce was mad.
She was fed up with local anti-community politics.
Sick and tired of just sitting around and talking about change, Joyce decided to do something.
When it came time for elections, she stepped up and ran for City Council in the small Washington city of Washougal. She was 72-years-old.
Get to know the stories of small-town America as you join Joyce and the people she meets while knocking on the doors of 1000 homes. Walk the neighborhoods with her and experience her deep love for and commitment to her community.
This little book will make you smile, and hopefully inspire you to get out in your own community and participate in local government.
It’s never too late and you’re never too old.