MY IDEAS FOR WILMINGTON
IF ELECTED YOU CAN EXPECT ME TO:
WORK TIRELESSLY TO BUILD A MORE EQUITABLE & UNIFIED WILMINGTON
A stronger sense of shared purpose between all Wilmingtonians regardless of how much money they make or where they live is critical to the city’s future.
I have a long track record of bringing people together from diverse backgrounds to achieve common objectives, whether as a teenager playing basketball in the Stormin's Classic, building teams in Saudi Arabia and Beirut, or working in the construction industry on Wilmington's East Side.
If elected, I will do everything in my power to contribute to the creation of a fresh spirit of unity on City Council to generate better results for taxpayers.
BE AN EFFECTIVE CHAMPION OF NEW JOBS AND INVESTMENT IN THE 8TH DISTRICT
& ALL OF WILMINGTON
More people working and living in our neighborhoods means more tax revenue, less crime, more business at local stores and restaurants, and a better city.
I'm especially committed to using the platform of 8th District representative to support economic development initiatives that will lead to more jobs and economic activity in the city's most underprivileged neighborhoods.
TAKE THE CRIME PROBLEM SERIOUSLY
I will strongly support all those who keep us safe.
In addition, I will work to build new bridges with residents from all corners of Wilmington to build a healthier, more connected city.
When all people feel they are part of the same community and have something to lose or gain together crime is less likely.
PROMOTE A REVIVED SENSE OF LOCAL COMMUNITY SPIRIT & CIVIC INTEREST
Our city is struggling to find a new identity in the post-Dupont era. Way too many young Wilmingtonians who grow up here leave and never come back.
Reversing this trend is critical to our long term future.
I will work very hard to promote any person, group or organization trying to restore a pro-City of Wilmington identity and mentality.