Columbus City Council
Building Your Opportunity City
Why I'm Running
I know Columbus as an opportunity city, a place that works to be the best city to live, work and grow. However, that’s not the case for all of our residents.
We are a fast growing city, facing challenges because of that accelerated growth - an outdated transit system, a looming workforce development crisis, a housing shortage and limited ways to support people out of poverty. Solving these challenges will require city council members who keep a unified vision for our city top of mind, and a clear understanding of their roles and responsibility to their respective district.
And that’s why I'm running to be the first City Council Member representing District 1, to be a voice for those in my community who may feel forgotten, to bring innovative approaches to the challenges we face and to navigate this historic change for our city.
We can be an opportunity city for everyone, and we must, because our future depends on ensuring we’re all rising with the tides. I hope to earn your support.
In 2018, Columbus voters elected to create nine districts in the City of Columbus and add two additional council members. A five-member Council Residential Districting Commission was seated and produced three maps that were submitted for final approval. In December 2021, Council voted to approve the district map. All residents retain the power to vote on all of their council representatives.
(also know as the Crown District)
Roughly consist of Sawmill Rd to the west, 161 to the South, Cleveland Rd to the East, and the Polaris Area.
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