Why I am running for City Council Ward 5
Public Safety is an ecosystem that needs to work well together.
Our Ward 5 City Council Member Jeremiah Ellison just voted (Sept 21, 2023) against letting the Minneapolis Police Department request help to keep us safe!
Historically low staffing:"Not sustainable"
“This is absolutely not sustainable,” Minneapolis police Chief Brian O’Hara told the outlet. “Thank God for all these other agencies that are filling this gap.”
Our Ward 5 City Council Member doesn't return messages.
Here is my email. Info@victor4citycouncil.com, here is my opponents email. firstname.lastname@example.org
See who answers 1st or at all.
I'm the business-friendly city council Ward 5 candidate. Under my opponents, leadership Aldi, Subway, Walgreens, Chase bank, and now our only sit-down restaurant on Broadway Breaking Bread is closing its door. I've started multiple businesses on the Northside and know what it takes to bring in business, within my 1st term, I will bring in a mom-and-pop grocery store.
Minneapolis has a drug and mental health crises that needs support. Encampments are dangerous for its residents and neighbors.
Minneapolis Ward 5 is in a downward spiral with silent leadership, I will help turn us around.
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