Omaha’s City Council is nonpartisan, meaning that even though our political ideologies play a role in our values and votes, we will work with folks no matter their political party - not simply “across party lines.” We must simply roll up our sleeves and get the work...
When I started my campaign last fall, everyone in my support circle had questions. Some of the best questions came from my nieces and nephews. Lincoln, Creighton, Maxwell and Cadence all had some thought-provoking inquiries, that I’m sure you might have, too.
It is an honor to be considered by these individuals and organizations as a leader. I proudly accept their support and endorsements and feel privileged to work alongside them to achieve equity, progress and true collaboration when elected.
It’s easy to blame our issues on the pandemic, but what rose to the surface last year was not new to our society. Rather, they were problems much of our society could comfortably ignore if it did not directly impact them.
The sentiment of the Jeep video assumes we all have an equal chance or opportunity to find our way to the desired “middle.” It seems to assume that a place of hope, health, and forward progress means everyone would be invited to that space.
Voting by mail offers an opportunity to cast your ballot from the comfort of your home, and gives you ample time to research your candidates! This post shares more information about voting early, as well as providing the application form.
When I look at the happenings of recent weeks regarding the personal blog posts of Colleen Brennan, recently appointed to serve as a short-term replacement to the Omaha City Council, the issue I continue to remain focused on is that Omahans – each and every one of us...
Public health and safety priorities include mental health, parks, libraries, police, fire, climate change and our environment.
Smart Growth priorities include development, garbage, recycling, transportation, conventions, tourism, workforce development and housing equity and homelessness.
The equity campaign priorities include accessibility, diversity, arts, community services programming, grants, government accessibility, education and youth.