We can raise voter turnout and hold inspiring and engaging elections while moving our city forward.
I’m proud of this city, love this city, am concerned for this city, and am optimistic for all of the things this city can become.
We cannot ignore the fact that in Marion County, communities of color aren’t faring as well as the white community.
The entire city of Indianapolis seems to be under construction. I’ve seen the memes, heard the radio commentary, and have experienced delays just like the next person. But as a person who has been calling for investment in our infrastructure, the delays are welcomed. The delays are temporary discomfort for long-term comfort. Construction of the […]
The ad featuring current Mayor Joe Hogsett and Bill Hudnut confuses voters with the idea that the two men shared the same level of vision.
We’re approaching the part of election season when we should all become comfortable asking our incumbents seeking re-election, “What have you done for me and my community lately?” And with asking new candidates, “What do you plan to do that improves upon what is being done for me and my community?” Municipal election years should […]
Establish opportunities to learn from one another and commit to giving your best in all that you do.
We have neighbors who are doing really well living beside neighbors who haven’t had the same access to or benefits from the same opportunities.
Having a voice in a conversation rather than being the topic of the conversation leads to more equitable outcomes.
The more representative voices in the elective process, the better.
It will be interesting to see how many of our generation will consider a federal government job to be a ‘good, secure job’ going forward.
The city of Indianapolis will be better for the infusion of talent it is poised to see in the upcoming political season.
I can’t align myself with hate and shouldn’t be asked to.