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Write-In Vote for Michael Libbie for a better Windsor Heights.


I'm Michael Libbie - a Windsor Heights resident and small business owner. I'm running as a WRITE-IN CANDIDATE for Windsor Heights City Council in November 2021.  There are THREE open seats but only TWO people filed, Lauren Campbell and Joseph Jones and I support both...but that leaves one seat open.



I know that economic development is the key to success for Windsor Heights. I understand business and talk business, and I'll be a strong supporter of sensible growth.  



Windsor Heights does not need to go it alone. We can save tax dollars and offer more services when we partner with nearby communities.



I support creating an environment that attracts the right commercial development which will, in turn, lower our property taxes.



I will work to find solutions to mitigate flooding along Walnut Creek to preserve home values and enhance our community.

Husband. Father. Businessman.


Windsor Heights resident Michael P. Libbie is a broadcaster, writer, public speaker and business owner. He has helped hundreds of non-profit and for-profit corporations better market their products and services through Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications.  Libbie is the founder and host of Insight on Business the News Hour which can be heard daily in podcast form as well as The Business Week in Review on News/Talk 1540 KXEL. He also served as the Executive Director of the Windsor Heights Chamber of Commerce.  Libbie is an international public speaker on topics such as effective communication, podcasting for business and marketing. Libbie has also been the spiritual leader of the Jewish Congregation of Mason City – Adas Israel - for the past 30 years. Married, Michael is the husband of Georgie and they have three children and six grandchildren.
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It's easy to support Michael Libbie for Windsor Heights City Council in 2021.
Whether you are voting by absentee or in person, when you look at your choices for City Council, you will see a blank line at the bottom. Simply fill in the circle and write "MICHAEL LIBBIE" on the line. 
Submit your ballot like normal and you're done!


Election Day is Tuesday, November 2, 2021 and I encourage you to show up and exercise your Constitutional right to vote.
However, if you cannot make it to the polls in November, Iowa voters are permittee to request an Absentee Ballot to be mailed to their residence. A postage-paid envelope is provided to allow you vote from home without any inconvenience. 
Click the button below and request your ballot BY OCTOBER 13.