The Newly Re-Elected Commissioner Regina I Hill Of District 5, The Clean Up Woman! It Wasn't A Close Race At All!
BY JIMMIE WILLIAMS
ORLANDO - First let me say that I don't live in District 5, but as a nonprofit organization Drop D No Limits Foundation (501)c3, I host community events in several districts. I have worked with Commissioner Regina I. Hill before she became a commissioner. She came to me and asked me if I would help her help some families in the community by supplying her with some beds and living room furniture. She said, "Mr. Williams I know a couple of families that are in need." She got someone to deliver the furniture and before I knew it she had all of us giving back to the community. Lol! You see Commissioner Regina I. Hill was doing things like that before she became a Commissioner. You have to put in the work so people will know your work. So without having to think about it people will support you because of your work. Commissioner Regina I. Hill shows her compassion for the people by setting an example of hard work. She brings community partners together for the good of all. Many of them attended her watch party. You name them, they were there. We were all excited about her win. We celebrated with her victory song, The Clean Woman, by recording artist Ms. Betty Wright. Everyone danced for a while. No one is perfect. I'm not and nor are you perfect. We have to try our best to do the best. We can try when we take our turn working for our communities. Not one community but working with others in other communities. Commissioner Regina I. Hill of District 5 is being supported by Mr. Randy Ross, Mr. Darron Spencer "Dawgman Entertainment" and Mr. Doug Head. People that want to make sure that District 5 has the best representation moving forward. Now they feel very good about the people's decision voting in Commissioner Regina I. Hill for a second turn as Commissioner of District 5. She took the stage with her family to give her victory speech filled with happiness and joy because her hard work had spoken for her. The people have shown their gratitude for her. I'll say this, "I'm now President of the Holden Heights Neighborhood Association. Keep Commissioner Regina I Hill of District 5 and I in prayer, because like her I have work to do. To all the other candidates, it was an awesome race. "The Work Continues."