In my time in Bloomington, I’ve had the opportunity to work closely with many of Bloomington’s distinct constituencies: arts and cultural organizations and artists; economic development partners; social service agencies; downtown businesses and advocates and neighborhood associations. I started my career in Bloomington at the Bloomington Area Arts Council and then in 2007, I was recruited by then Mayor Mark Kruzan to join the team at the City of Bloomington as the first Assistant Economic Development Director for the Arts.Read More
Voter Registration Deadline for Municipal Primary Election is Monday, April 8.
Early Voting for 2019 begins Tuesday, April 9.
Primary Election Day 2019 is Tuesday, May 7.
Municipal Election Day 2019 is Tuesday, November 5.
Information on voter registration, voting times, and polling locations in Monroe County here.
Ensure that City programs, policies and actions are community resiliency and livability-focused.
Advocate for programs, policies and actions that provide economic stability: a safe and stable place to live, an income that exceeds expenses, and the ability to save for emergencies.
Ensure every voice is heard – go door to door in District 4, host monthly constituent conversations, attend public events, and create digital space for active dialogue and engagement to occur.
District 4 is an L-shaped district full of neighborhoods and active neighborhood associations. As your District 4 representative, I pledge to look at plans, proposals, petitions, legislation and budgets together with you and through the lens of how each would strengthen District 4 and the city at large.More about my District