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The Issues that Matter

I started my campaign for Fishers City Council by reaching out and listening to local residents. As an at-large member of the Fishers City Council, I’ve already had the honor of hearing from so many citizens about the issues that matter most to them. As we embark on this journey for re-election, I affirm my commitment to listening first. I will continue listening to Fishers citizens like you so that together we can build a community that truly serves all of the people who live here.

Fiscal Responsibility & Oversight

This is the most important role of a City Councilor in municipal government. I have stood apart as the reasonable voice that digs into city expenses and budgets. The city cash reserves, completion of State Road 37, investments in road repairs and trail connectivity are concerns of mine. I will continue to scrutinize and make the city budget open and accessible to taxpayers.

    Good Government

    In 2019, I ran for Fishers City Council as a Democrat. By starting from the premise that everybody’s voices should be heard, our campaign brought together a diverse, bipartisan community of supporters, and we won! I’m the first Democrat elected by the city of Fishers. I strive to bring broader representation and balance to local government. I’ve always worked to serve residents and make government accessible and accountable to the people it’s meant to serve. I’m excited to be re-elected and continue fighting for government transparency, civic participation, and the issues that will elevate your community, neighborhood, and household.


      The city invested in a Housing Study and after my prompting, the recommendations were officially adopted into the city’s comprehensive plan. A top recommendation – now a top city priority –  is encouraging development of housing for seniors, young adults and renters and “right-sized” housing with attainable pricing. The study showed that Fishers has a problematic deficit of housing options, like many other cities across the nation. Addressing this must be an action item for our city.