Tulsa County Elections 2022

Election Coverage

Tulsans, city-wide, are keenly aware of how well elected representatives serve their interests. Public services, school educator and student performance, policing, entrepreneurial support, road conditions and general quality of life are all points of concern for every voter. The 2022 Tulsa City General Election is the primary civic mechanism to effect the change desired and elect representatives who you believe may provide the leadership necessary to strengthen our communities.

The Oklahoma Eagle has compiled and published a comprehensive list of 2022 Tulsa City General Election candidates, a summary of their stated purposes, goals, and the ability to learn more about each person. Tulsa congressional, legislative, district and county officer candidates have been included to ensure that you are fully informed and may make the most insightful decision possible.

We encourage you to also review the summary of proposed 2022 Tulsa City General Election Tulsa Charter Amendments, which are intended to better align the Charter of the City of Tulsa with Tulsa City Council functions; add greater residency restrictions for Tulsa City Mayor, Auditor and Councilors; and increase the Tulsa City Auditors term from 2-years to 4-years.

Election Dates

  • General Election City Councilors & Charter Amd - Tue. Aug. 23
  • Runoff Election for City Councilors (if necessary) - Tue. Nov. 8

If a candidate receives more than 50 percent of the vote in August, that candidate wins the election outright and is deemed elected.

If no candidate receives more than 50 percent of the vote in August, all candidates receiving the greatest number of votes totaling 50 percent will be placed on the ballot for a run-off election in November. The candidate receiving the greatest number of votes cast at the November run-off election will be deemed elected.

City Council races, listed numerically, are non-partisan.

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Proposed Charter Amendments

Amendment No. 1

Mayor’s Salary

The proposed charter amendment is administrative in focus, removing the outdated (1990) salary currently noted (USD 70,000) and empowering the Tulsa City Council to set the mayor’s salary by ordinance. The amendment further limits the effective date for changes to the mayor’s salary to the next succeeding term and approval prior to general election. In 2001, the Mayor’s salary was set by ordinance at $105,000, however our Charter includes language dating back to 1990 that still refers to the first Mayor’s annual salary of $70,000.

Amendment No. 2

Candidate Residency Requirement, 365 Days

The current charter provides that the Tulsa Mayor and City Auditor must be Tulsa residents at the time when potential candidates announce their run for office, but it does not require residency for any specific length of time. A candidate for Tulsa City Council must be a resident in the district in which they are running for at least 90 days. This amendment would add a 365-day City of Tulsa residency requirement to run for Tulsa Mayor or City Auditor and increase a Council candidates Council district residency requirement from 90 days to 365 days.

Amendment No. 3

City Auditor 4-Year Term

The Tulsa City Auditor is elected city-wide and currently serves a 2-year term of office, similar to Tulsa City Councilors. The Mayor is the only office holder elected city-wide and serves a 4-year term. This charter amendment would change the City Auditor’s term in office to 4 years, beginning in December 2026, and would stagger the Tulsa Auditor’s term so that the Tulsa Mayor’s and Auditor’s elections and terms are offset by 2 years. Proposed charter amendment summaries were sourced from Tulsa City Council at https://www.tulsacouncil.org/

Congressional Officers

U.S. Senate Special Officers

Republican Special Primary Runoff

Candidate Profiles

Markwayne Mullin is fighting for President Trump, and against the liberal socialist policies of Nancy Pelosi. Markwayne Mullin is an eastern Oklahoma native, successful businessman, rancher, family man and youth leader in his church. The youngest of seven children, he was raised in the small Adair County town of Westville, Oklahoma. Campaign Website

My name is T.W. Shannon. I’m a lifelong Christian, conservative Oklahoman that believes in the power of capitalism and going ALL IN for America. Campaign Website

Congressional Officers

Candidate Profiles

Markwayne Mullin is fighting for President Trump, and against the liberal socialist policies of Nancy Pelosi. Markwayne Mullin is an eastern Oklahoma native, successful businessman, rancher, family man and youth leader in his church. The youngest of seven children, he was raised in the small Adair County town of Westville, Oklahoma. Campaign Website

My name is T.W. Shannon. I’m a lifelong Christian, conservative Oklahoman that believes in the power of capitalism and going ALL IN for America. Campaign Website

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U.S. Senate

Democrat Primary Runoff

Candidate Profiles

From the small farm town of Stilwell, Oklahoma and as a Cherokee Nation tribal citizen, Madison has built a career within cybersecurity as a respected and trusted servant-leader. My campaign is rooted in hope for the future that can only be achieved through accountability, transparency, and a desire to unite people regardless of political parties but around a common cause: To serve people. Campaign Website

Oklahomans deserve a Senator who will fight for the things that are important to us and our daily lives. We need affordable health care and a government that works. We want politicians who don’t waste our money or spend time dividing us against each other. Oklahomans need a better infrastructure, an improved education system, security for our nation, and so much more. Campaign Website

Candidate Profiles

From the small farm town of Stilwell, Oklahoma and as a Cherokee Nation tribal citizen, Madison has built a career within cybersecurity as a respected and trusted servant-leader. My campaign is rooted in hope for the future that can only be achieved through accountability, transparency, and a desire to unite people regardless of political parties but around a common cause: To serve people. Campaign Website

Oklahomans deserve a Senator who will fight for the things that are important to us and our daily lives. We need affordable health care and a government that works. We want politicians who don’t waste our money or spend time dividing us against each other. Oklahomans need a better infrastructure, an improved education system, security for our nation, and so much more. Campaign Website

Legislative, District, and County Officers

State Senator

District 2 - Republican

Candidate Profiles

Ally Seifried is a strong conservative republican with the business sense, political experience and community knowledge to make a difference for us. I’m all in on the fight for liberty. It’s imperative that we have conservative leadership to represent the will of the people of District 2 and push back against outrageous liberal policies coming from Washington, D.C.”. Campaign Website

Jarrin Jackson is a born again Christian, family man, combat veteran, and sixth generation Oklahoman. I am running for Oklahoma’s State Senate to defend Oklahomans against further communist infiltration, and to change our path from godlessness to humility and hard work. Campaign Website

Ally Seifried is a strong conservative republican with the business sense, political experience and community knowledge to make a difference for us. I’m all in on the fight for liberty. It’s imperative that we have conservative leadership to represent the will of the people of District 2 and push back against outrageous liberal policies coming from Washington, D.C.”. Campaign Website

Jarrin Jackson is a born again Christian, family man, combat veteran, and sixth generation Oklahoman. I am running for Oklahoma’s State Senate to defend Oklahomans against further communist infiltration, and to change our path from godlessness to humility and hard work. Campaign Website

District 66 - Republican

Candidate Profiles

Clay Staires was raised in Osage County, Oklahoma at Shepherd’s Fold Ranch in Avant. He graduated from Skiatook High School. Clay Staires is a Christian Constitutionalist dedicated to limiting government control. Campaign Website

Gabe Renfrow is a frontline healthcare worker, a Trump supporter, defender of liberty and a staunch believer in the U.S. Constitution. “If I have anything to do with it, we’ll have election integrity in Oklahoma, illegal immigration will come to a stop, and the manipulation of the pandemic by our government to force mandates and loss of freedom on us will cease.”
Campaign Website

Candidate Profiles

Clay Staires was raised in Osage County, Oklahoma at Shepherd’s Fold Ranch in Avant. He graduated from Skiatook High School. Clay Staires is a Christian Constitutionalist dedicated to limiting government control. Campaign Website

Gabe Renfrow is a frontline healthcare worker, a Trump supporter, defender of liberty and a staunch believer in the U.S. Constitution. “If I have anything to do with it, we’ll have election integrity in Oklahoma, illegal immigration will come to a stop, and the manipulation of the pandemic by our government to force mandates and loss of freedom on us will cease.”
Campaign Website

County Commissioner

District 3

Candidate Profiles

I work to champion our conservative values in county government. Proudly Endorsed By Conservative Leaders of Tulsa County. Campaign Website

Proven Conservative Businessman. As a Tulsa businessman for nearly 50 years, Bob Jack is here to pave the way to change in the lives of our families. Here you will find everything you need to know about Bob Jack, how he got his start in politics, as well as issues they are deeply concerned with, and how you too can join their cause. Campaign Website

Candidate Profiles

I work to champion our conservative values in county government. Proudly Endorsed By Conservative Leaders of Tulsa County. Campaign Website

Proven Conservative Businessman. As a Tulsa businessman for nearly 50 years, Bob Jack is here to pave the way to change in the lives of our families. Here you will find everything you need to know about Bob Jack, how he got his start in politics, as well as issues they are deeply concerned with, and how you too can join their cause. Campaign Website

City of Tulsa

Councilmembers

District 1

Candidate Profiles

Together WE opened Oasis Fresh Market, a brand new grocery store for our community. Together WE pushed for economic development with a focus on Black Developers for our sacred land in the historic Greenwood District. Today WE have the first Black female developer and the first Black female Architect with a $250 million project in Greenwood. Together WE have expunged 400 criminal records of Tulsa citizens through our Expungement Expos. Campaign Website – Campaign Website

David aims to bring a positive change through his actionable plans. He is a man of his who understands the pain points for common people. And he is driven to resolve the most common and critical problems facing the community. Campaign Website – Campaign Website

I believe we all have a stake in the success of our city. Each representative has a responsibility to challenge ourselves and dream bigger than what we have accepted. I see the vision and have a plan to improve property values and bring economic growth to District 1, while educating our community and forming partnerships to enhance the landscape and infrastructure. Campaign Website – Campaign Website

Candidate Profiles

Together WE opened Oasis Fresh Market, a brand new grocery store for our community. Together WE pushed for economic development with a focus on Black Developers for our sacred land in the historic Greenwood District. Today WE have the first Black female developer and the first Black female Architect with a $250 million project in Greenwood. Together WE have expunged 400 criminal records of Tulsa citizens through our Expungement Expos. Campaign Website – Campaign Website

David aims to bring a positive change through his actionable plans. He is a man of his who understands the pain points for common people. And he is driven to resolve the most common and critical problems facing the community. Campaign Website – Campaign Website

I believe we all have a stake in the success of our city. Each representative has a responsibility to challenge ourselves and dream bigger than what we have accepted. I see the vision and have a plan to improve property values and bring economic growth to District 1, while educating our community and forming partnerships to enhance the landscape and infrastructure. Campaign Website – Campaign Website

District 2

Candidate Profiles

Jeannie Cue is a member of the Tulsa City Council in Oklahoma, representing District 2. She assumed office in 2012. Her current term ends on December 5, 2022. Jeannie Cue is a member of the Tulsa City Council in Oklahoma, representing District 2. Cue is running for re-election to the Tulsa City Council to represent District 2 in Oklahoma. She is on the ballot in the general election on August 23, 2022. Although elections for the Tulsa City Council are officially nonpartisan, Cue is known to be a member of the Republican Party. Ref. Website – Campaign Website

Bisogno is a loan specialist and candidate for Tulsa City Council District 2 in 2022. He also campaigned for the District 2 office in 2014 and 2016. Ref. Website – Campaign Website

Candidate Profiles

Jeannie Cue is a member of the Tulsa City Council in Oklahoma, representing District 2. She assumed office in 2012. Her current term ends on December 5, 2022. Jeannie Cue is a member of the Tulsa City Council in Oklahoma, representing District 2. Cue is running for re-election to the Tulsa City Council to represent District 2 in Oklahoma. She is on the ballot in the general election on August 23, 2022. Although elections for the Tulsa City Council are officially nonpartisan, Cue is known to be a member of the Republican Party. Ref. Website – Campaign Website

Bisogno is a loan specialist and candidate for Tulsa City Council District 2 in 2022. He also campaigned for the District 2 office in 2014 and 2016. Ref. Website – Campaign Website

District 3

Candidate Profiles

Patrick is committed to making “our city a better place for my daughter and all of the future generations. I concentrate on the quality-of-life things. Connecting people to resources, making sure their water and sewer problems are getting addressed. Fighting for more access to public resources and opportunities to come together so that we don’t forget to celebrate life and our achievements, regardless of how small they seem. I am trying to advocate for more diversity of opportunities in District 3, whether it be in places to work, live or just get a cup of coffee.” – Tulsa World, Aug. 2022 – Campaign Website – Not Available

District 3 has been neglected since I was a child. This has been greatly amplified by the pandemic, and it seems as if the district has been forgotten. I, my neighbors, and my community, all see that the current administration does almost nothing to improve the quality of life in Tulsa’s more vulnerable areas. Being that I come from the same roots, I believe that it would be advantageous for the community to have a representative with the same life experiences in order to truly represent our district in the city government – Tulsa World, Aug. 2022 . Campaign Website -Not Available

Candidate Profiles

Patrick is committed to making “our city a better place for my daughter and all of the future generations. I concentrate on the quality-of-life things. Connecting people to resources, making sure their water and sewer problems are getting addressed. Fighting for more access to public resources and opportunities to come together so that we don’t forget to celebrate life and our achievements, regardless of how small they seem. I am trying to advocate for more diversity of opportunities in District 3, whether it be in places to work, live or just get a cup of coffee.” – Tulsa World, Aug. 2022 – Campaign Website – Not Available

District 3 has been neglected since I was a child. This has been greatly amplified by the pandemic, and it seems as if the district has been forgotten. I, my neighbors, and my community, all see that the current administration does almost nothing to improve the quality of life in Tulsa’s more vulnerable areas. Being that I come from the same roots, I believe that it would be advantageous for the community to have a representative with the same life experiences in order to truly represent our district in the city government – Tulsa World, Aug. 2022 . Campaign Website -Not Available

District 4

Candidate Profiles

Laura has a real track record of dedicating herself to serving Tulsa. As a teacher, a community advocate and a non-profit leader, Laura has fought every day to make our city healthier, safer and more equitable for everyone. She’s been on the frontlines; she’s done the hard work and she’s ready to lead Tulsa forward. Campaign Website

“Tulsa is on the rise and the Tulsa we love should be a place of continued economic opportunity, strong public safety, and best quality of life. It was not intended to become a platform of personal nor party promotion, which ultimately creates disunity. We need pro Tulsa leadership in District 4.” Campaign Website

Bobby Dean is ready to get up everyday and work to protect District 4’s time and money. He’s prepared to use City resources to support and grow what’s already here: an amazing network of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits. In his own work, before making executive decisions, he consults with his employees. He’ll do the same in District 4. Campaign Website

As your next city councilor, I plan to promote the entrepreneurial spirit that has made and makes Tulsa an economic center for the region. This spirit has been at the heart of our city since its beginning. It’s part of our past and the key to shaping our future. As your next city councilor, I want to provide economic opportunities for all Tulsans and attract and retain young entrepreneurs. Campaign Website

I am a lifelong Tulsan and have seen the city grow, decline, and emerge again into the dynamic city it is today. Several years ago, I considered running for council, but decided not to do so, because I was an owner and managing a major architectural firm. Also, my children were still living at home. With those professional and family obligations I felt I could not commit sufficient time to fulfill the requirements of a city councilor. Campaign Website

Candidate Profiles

Laura has a real track record of dedicating herself to serving Tulsa. As a teacher, a community advocate and a non-profit leader, Laura has fought every day to make our city healthier, safer and more equitable for everyone. She’s been on the frontlines; she’s done the hard work and she’s ready to lead Tulsa forward. Campaign Website

“Tulsa is on the rise and the Tulsa we love should be a place of continued economic opportunity, strong public safety, and best quality of life. It was not intended to become a platform of personal nor party promotion, which ultimately creates disunity. We need pro Tulsa leadership in District 4.” Campaign Website

Bobby Dean is ready to get up everyday and work to protect District 4’s time and money. He’s prepared to use City resources to support and grow what’s already here: an amazing network of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits. In his own work, before making executive decisions, he consults with his employees. He’ll do the same in District 4. Campaign Website

As your next city councilor, I plan to promote the entrepreneurial spirit that has made and makes Tulsa an economic center for the region. This spirit has been at the heart of our city since its beginning. It’s part of our past and the key to shaping our future. As your next city councilor, I want to provide economic opportunities for all Tulsans and attract and retain young entrepreneurs. Campaign Website

I am a lifelong Tulsan and have seen the city grow, decline, and emerge again into the dynamic city it is today. Several years ago, I considered running for council, but decided not to do so, because I was an owner and managing a major architectural firm. Also, my children were still living at home. With those professional and family obligations I felt I could not commit sufficient time to fulfill the requirements of a city councilor. Campaign Website

District 5

Candidate Profiles

District 5 is in the heart of Tulsa and we are a hardworking group who wants the best Tulsa has to offer. We are running this campaign to accomplish these goals: Create systemic change that gives more credence to our community’s voice and generates practical progress; Provide avenues that motivate District 5 Tulsans to be involved in bigger decisions that affect Tulsa at large; Build a City Council that listens first, then works to meet the needs and desires of Tulsans. Campaign Website

Valor and Values. Grant Miller will bring the leadership, drive, and determination the Tulsa City Council desperately needs. Campaign Website

Growing up, Ty worked in various family businesses. The most notable, their family-owned restaurant, Evelyn’s. Ty graduated from college with a degree in hospital and restaurant management. Today, Ty, along with his daughters, owns and operates Wanda J’s Next Generation restaurant in the Historic Greenwood District on Black Wall Street and a second location in the American Airlines facility. Campaign Website

I am running because I have passion for the future of Tulsa. I believe there’s a need for making a difference in Public Safety, the Homeless Population, and the Transparency of Government Activity. All of these things must be Great to lay the foundation for a Stronger Economy. Campaign Website

Our founding fathers envisioned the American Dream for all peoples to coexist in harmony with each other irrespective of origin. They thus ensured a world where socio-economic equality fostered unalienable rights, thereby consolidating joy, respect and happiness for all. – Tulsa World, Aug. 2022 – Campaign Website – Not Available

Candidate Profiles

District 5 is in the heart of Tulsa and we are a hardworking group who wants the best Tulsa has to offer. We are running this campaign to accomplish these goals: Create systemic change that gives more credence to our community’s voice and generates practical progress; Provide avenues that motivate District 5 Tulsans to be involved in bigger decisions that affect Tulsa at large; Build a City Council that listens first, then works to meet the needs and desires of Tulsans. Campaign Website

Valor and Values. Grant Miller will bring the leadership, drive, and determination the Tulsa City Council desperately needs. Campaign Website

Growing up, Ty worked in various family businesses. The most notable, their family-owned restaurant, Evelyn’s. Ty graduated from college with a degree in hospital and restaurant management. Today, Ty, along with his daughters, owns and operates Wanda J’s Next Generation restaurant in the Historic Greenwood District on Black Wall Street and a second location in the American Airlines facility. Campaign Website

I am running because I have passion for the future of Tulsa. I believe there’s a need for making a difference in Public Safety, the Homeless Population, and the Transparency of Government Activity. All of these things must be Great to lay the foundation for a Stronger Economy. Campaign Website

Our founding fathers envisioned the American Dream for all peoples to coexist in harmony with each other irrespective of origin. They thus ensured a world where socio-economic equality fostered unalienable rights, thereby consolidating joy, respect and happiness for all. – Tulsa World, Aug. 2022 – Campaign Website – Not Available

District 6

Candidate Profiles

Unapologetically Christian, a voice for American values. I support, and will always stand behind our firefighters, police, and first responders without hesitation! Campaign Website

I am running for re-election because there is much more to do, and without the leadership of a strong experienced advocate east Tulsa will once again be ignored. I want to continue fighting for the future of east Tulsa. Sales tax revenues must increase if we are going to meet the rising demands of Tulsa. The best way to accomplish this is to look for areas where commerce can be increased. Campaign Website

As a human relations professional, I am committed to enlightening, encouraging, and empowering others to activate their full potential and provide them with resources to do so. This is to ensure their personal contributions are making their life, community, and organization a cut above the rest. Campaign Website

Candidate Profiles

Unapologetically Christian, a voice for American values. I support, and will always stand behind our firefighters, police, and first responders without hesitation! Campaign Website

I am running for re-election because there is much more to do, and without the leadership of a strong experienced advocate east Tulsa will once again be ignored. I want to continue fighting for the future of east Tulsa. Sales tax revenues must increase if we are going to meet the rising demands of Tulsa. The best way to accomplish this is to look for areas where commerce can be increased. Campaign Website

As a human relations professional, I am committed to enlightening, encouraging, and empowering others to activate their full potential and provide them with resources to do so. This is to ensure their personal contributions are making their life, community, and organization a cut above the rest. Campaign Website

District 7

Candidate Profiles

Lori Decter Wright is a dedicated, creative, and results-oriented leader possessing an entrepreneurial spirit and twenty-five years of experience as a small-business owner and nonprofit executive. She has a gift for building consensus, achieving strategic goals, and collaborating to accomplish successful outcomes. Campaign Website

I am a devout Christian who wishes only the best for my family, friends, and all neighbors. I am running for Tulsa City Council to give this district knowledgeable representation. A healthy and efficient District 7 means a more robust budget for Tulsa, capable of addressing Tulsa’s needs in a timelier manner. – Tulsa World, Aug. 2022. Campaign Website

Values you believe in. You need a representative that will support your ideas, fight for the needs of your community and earn your respect. For someone who truly cares for your community, look no further. Campaign Website

Candidate Profiles

Lori Decter Wright is a dedicated, creative, and results-oriented leader possessing an entrepreneurial spirit and twenty-five years of experience as a small-business owner and nonprofit executive. She has a gift for building consensus, achieving strategic goals, and collaborating to accomplish successful outcomes. Campaign Website

I am a devout Christian who wishes only the best for my family, friends, and all neighbors. I am running for Tulsa City Council to give this district knowledgeable representation. A healthy and efficient District 7 means a more robust budget for Tulsa, capable of addressing Tulsa’s needs in a timelier manner. – Tulsa World, Aug. 2022. Campaign Website

Values you believe in. You need a representative that will support your ideas, fight for the needs of your community and earn your respect. For someone who truly cares for your community, look no further. Campaign Website

District 8

Candidate Profiles

My values are part of everything I do: professionalism, perfection, integrity, civility, and humility. I expect these traits of myself and others, especially those at City Hall, who are always serving citizens. Our work has advanced to be more efficient and customer-focused, equating to fiscal constraint and better services. But there’s much more work to do. – Tulsa World, Aug. 2022. Campaign Website

I’ll be a Councilor who represents our conservative values. South Tulsans deserve to have their values represented in the City Council. I’m honored to be the voice for District 8. I will strive to protect our conservative values at the City Council. Campaign Website

Candidate Profiles

My values are part of everything I do: professionalism, perfection, integrity, civility, and humility. I expect these traits of myself and others, especially those at City Hall, who are always serving citizens. Our work has advanced to be more efficient and customer-focused, equating to fiscal constraint and better services. But there’s much more work to do. – Tulsa World, Aug. 2022. Campaign Website

I’ll be a Councilor who represents our conservative values. South Tulsans deserve to have their values represented in the City Council. I’m honored to be the voice for District 8. I will strive to protect our conservative values at the City Council. Campaign Website

District 9

Candidate Profiles

Fowler supports pro-growth, pro-economic development policies. He continues to stand against unreasonable regulation and taxes that hamper job growth. “I will work to recruit new job opportunities, never defund public safety, and fix our infrastructure problems. Let’s eliminate waste, fraud, and abuse of taxpayer dollars, and prioritize spending in the right places especially following the COVID-19 pandemic,” Fowler said about his next term as City Councilor. Fowler also supports our local schools. Campaign Website

We deserve a councilor that is engaged, proactive and puts the people of our community at the center of every decision they make. Tulsa is a remarkable place, and we have every opportunity to lead the country in community investment, public safety and implementing innovative solutions to build a better city. I look forward to listening to the members of our community and sharing my vision to serve our city with honesty and transparency on the city council. Campaign Website

LeeAnn is a second-generation Tulsan raising a third in the City she loves. As a strong advocate for the community, she knows from experience what it takes to make a compassionate City work. Campaign Website

Candidate Profiles

Fowler supports pro-growth, pro-economic development policies. He continues to stand against unreasonable regulation and taxes that hamper job growth. “I will work to recruit new job opportunities, never defund public safety, and fix our infrastructure problems. Let’s eliminate waste, fraud, and abuse of taxpayer dollars, and prioritize spending in the right places especially following the COVID-19 pandemic,” Fowler said about his next term as City Councilor. Fowler also supports our local schools. Campaign Website

We deserve a councilor that is engaged, proactive and puts the people of our community at the center of every decision they make. Tulsa is a remarkable place, and we have every opportunity to lead the country in community investment, public safety and implementing innovative solutions to build a better city. I look forward to listening to the members of our community and sharing my vision to serve our city with honesty and transparency on the city council. Campaign Website

LeeAnn is a second-generation Tulsan raising a third in the City she loves. As a strong advocate for the community, she knows from experience what it takes to make a compassionate City work. Campaign Website

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