It looks like he's expecting a "Yes" vote, since he goes on to say,
Additionally, I am asking for your advice as to which pastoral needs you believe should be a priority. Your suggestions and ideas will be appreciated.A campaign promise! It reminds me, though, that shortly after he arrived he held his first "Town Hall" meeting. The subject was liturgy. In the Q and A, another parishioner suggested the reverence of the parish liturgy would be enhanced by the presider genuflecting at the Consecration. Father's response left me with the distinct impression that the suggestion was not actually appreciated.
I expect a "Yes" vote if for no other reason than that voting him out would make the new pastor our fourth in less than six years.