I am asking for your vote on Tuesday
Over the past three months I’ve had the privilege of talking with residents from every neighborhood in the 7th Ward. Many of you have shared with me what you love about your neighborhood and improvements that could move our neighborhoods, our City and region forward.
I share both your community pride and your concerns. I’m running for Alderman because I know that together we can make the neighborhoods of the 7th Ward a better place to live, work and raise a family.
If elected, I promise to work everyday to strengthen our community. No one person can fix all the problems we face, but the 7th Ward is filled with diverse, talented and dedicated people. The strength of our community is an enormous advantage against the problems holding us back. I am determined to gather up this strength, build relationships necessary for our ward to succeed, and focus my attention on the issues you have told me we must address–public safety, government reform, economic development and public accountability.
Thank you all for taking the time to share your hopes and your concerns. I hope you will cast your vote for me on Tuesday, March 3rd in the Democratic Primary.
Please join us tomorrow night following the close of the polls to watch the election returns. We’ll be gathering at The Preservation Hall in Soulard, 1921 South 9th Street, after 7:00 p.m. I hope to see you tomorrow night and thank you for everything you have done to help us on this campaign. Oh, and of course, don’t forget to vote tomorrow!