Photo by Paul Octavious

Chicago deserves trustworthy leadership.

That’s why I’m running for mayor.

But first, we need to get on the ballot.

And we need your help.
Photo by Paul Octavious

Chicago deserves trustworthy leadership.
That’s why I’m running for mayor.
But first, we need to get on the ballot.

Chicago is not okay. You know it. I know it.

You feel the tension. I feel the tension.
You see the crime. I see the crime.
You know the waste. I know the waste.
You're struggling. I'm struggling.
You've got problems. I've got problems.
Your ends don't meet. My ends don't meet.
You want change. I want change.

But we also love Chicago.

The art. The architecture. The food. The culture. The history. The people and their potential. The opportunities.

We're hopeful. We're excited. We can have rich experiences here. The vibrancy of Chicago as a city allows us to do our best work and make a difference.

We shouldn't just stay; we should thrive in Chicago. We can work together to make this a reality. To build an inclusive, diverse, and enriched city.

I'm all in. Are you?

Why I'm all in

We can't solve Chicago's problems with the same level of thinking that created them.
Our city can do better.

First, my term as mayor will have an expiration date. Every politician should have one. Enough with the political dynasties that don't serve in the best interest of the people.

Second, we will implement campaign finance reform. We can no longer afford for our city to be sold to the highest bidder; pay-to-play must end. And we don't want public service to be limited to the wealthy or people with wealthy friends.

Third, we'll make the city's budget transparent. As a tax-paying citizen of Chicago, you should know exactly how your money is being spent.

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