I am running for Aurora City Council to be an accountable, accessible, and compassionate voice and vote for Aurora’s Ward V residents. In Ward V, we represent people from all generations, nations, and beliefs. Our voices, when raised together, can create a city where everyone has the opportunity to succeed and share in the successes of our neighbors.

Born and raised in Denver, I am a long time champion for transparency and accountability in government, and for the rights of all people to live lives free of violence and discrimination. I have worked for more than 15 years in disability services ensuring health, safety, and dignity for youth and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities across the front range. In the last three years, advocating within the city of Aurora, I have watched our city government serve special interests over our community members time and time again. In order to change this, we must change our way of doing business as a city.

We must fight to improve the infrastructure in our city for the sake of safety and economic opportunity. Ward V is home to some of the most dangerous and heavily-trafficked intersections in Aurora. Our small business owners are struggling with high costs that make it hard for them to compete with national chains. Our residents also face increased costs as housing costs continue to soar.  To solve these problems, we must make sure that the taxes we pay are being reinvested in our city, not leaving in the pockets of people who don’t share their success with the hard-working people who live here.

Join me and raise your voice to create an Aurora for all!


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