Since 2007, I have been active in grassroots efforts to make our beautiful city safer for all residents. If I am elected to the City Council, I will be a stronger voice for those who are marginalized in our society, including, but not limited to, homeless and/or formerly incarcerated people, as well as people suffering from mental illness and/or addictions. Together, we can help Richmond live up to its potential of truly being the City of Pride and Purpose.
We all desire a more comfortable and accessible place to live, work, shop, and play for ourselves and our loved ones. I know the value of collaborating with individuals and organizations to make these goals a reality. That's why I'm confident you will elect me to the Richmond City Council.
I can't win this race without your cooperation. Canvassing, phone-banking, word-of-mouth, and donating are all excellent ways of helping us achieve our goals for Richmond together.
Rodney Alamo Brown - Community Organizer, Richmond Native
Duane Chapman - (Retired) Homeless Ombudsman, Contra Costa County
Marilyn Langlois - Chair, Planning Commission
Kathy Robinson - Homeless Advocate, retired schoolteacher
Tracy Reed - Health Educator
Andres Abarra - Health Services Advocate
Clarence Ford - Policy Advocate for formerly incarcerated college students
Adam Kruggel - Community Organizer
DeWanda Joseph - Grief Support Services Advocate
Jonny Perez - Meditation Instructor, former Community Organizer
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