Pamela Moser has announced her candidacy for nomination as the representative for Moulton City Council District 5.
Moser is a recent Moulton native that has come to fall in love with the city and now wants to help give back to the community.
My husband, John, and I purchased a home in Moulton two years ago. We have met so many wonderful people in the area and love it here," Moser said. "I want to give back to our new community and help add to its charm and viability."
Moser is a real estate and insurance agent that currently works for APEX Real Estate Inc. She is a former president of Homeowners Association, holding the office from 2010-12.
Moser has a Bachelor of Science in Business Management, Minor in Marketing at Southeast Missouri State Univ. SEMO) as well as a Master of Business Administration/Management from Northwest Missouri State University (NWMSU).
Moser is married to her husband Josh and has six grown children: Casey, Mark A., John, Bryan, Heather and Mark J.
Moser is running on a Conservative Platform with the belief that it is her civic duty to help give back to the community and allow it to grow and flourish.
"I believe, when good people sit back and don’t get involved, bad things happen," she said. "I want to be involved in assisting our community in attracting new businesses and residents, and to support the mayor in resolving difficult issues. Let’s work together to help Moulton be a great little city!"
Moser is seeking at most just a two-term office as she believes that should be the limit set for all offices.
"Our Republic was created with the intent that private citizens would serve the public, then return to their private lives," she said. "I support a 2-term limit for all public officials, including the city council."
While technically a new addition to the City of Moulton, Moser believes her experience and dedication will make her a prime candidate.
"My business oriented experience and education will be valuable to the City and as a team member on the City Council, District 5. I will work hard to make Moulton economically efficient and attractive for current residents, newcomers, and businesses. History shows that cities either grow or they decline. Let’s work together to help Moulton succeed and prosper. I appreciate your vote."