Early Voting October 29th. Election Day November 5th.

Principled. Progressive. Rooted.

People-centered policy platform

  • Hold accessible and flexible office hours to talk openly about issues affecting St. Paul residents
  • Work with public safety officials to diversify the St. Paul Police department by adding more women of color to the force
  • Increase engagement and co-governance by hosting monthly policy sessions in community libraries and recreation centers in partnership with our neighborhood district councils
  • Improve our trash system for impacted residents and engage the community to seek achievable long-term solutions, while promoting clean street initiatives
  • Support tenants' rights to stable housing, decrease evictions, and increase pathways to home-ownership
  • Increase access to services by reducing educational, financial, physical, language and re-entry barriers
  • Center the concerns of resients and local business owners when addressing public safety issues
  • Attract more residents, visitors, and businesses to create more jobs and a stronger local economy
  • Expand resources to help support new family-owned businesses grow and thrive
  • Support Community-First Public Safety initiatives to assist returning residents gain access to housing, jobs, and resources; work with City Attorney and Ramsey County Attorney to end cash bail 
  • Review city fines for inequities (add a diversion path to “resources before fines”)
  • Establish affordable and sustainable housing near public transit for seniors, families, and people seeking to make St. Paul their home 
  • Increase the usage of City informational apps to send snow emergency notifications to reduce tickets and tows 
  • Support the Department of Human Rights & Equal Economic Opportunity to diversify city contracts and simplify the procurement process to ensure accessibility for small businesses
  • Re-purpose unused structures in Ward 1 to incubate and support new and emerging entrepreneurs