Responsive and reliable is what is needed. The Minneapolis City Council needs someone who understands not just constituent services but who will take a positive approach to all the other issues the city council faces.
Frankly, I learned a great deal about the City of Minneapolis and its governance structure, when I ran for Minneapolis Mayor in 2021. It was a great learning experience and it provided me with a very well-rounded view on our entire city. Because of that experience – I think we need a council member who understands the challenges and the economic situations this city is likely to face in the future.
A council member who can execute a vision and marketing plan. A plan to move Minneapolis into the future. A future that positions Minneapolis as a “thought leader” on both race and equity and a city fueled by an engine of diverse economic growth. A city focused on controlling global warming and a climate equity plan that works.
We need public/private partnerships and a joint safety program. We also need an innovative forward thinking marketing effort – if we are going to make Minneapolis a safe, vital, shining and thriving metropolis once again.
There are a couple of choices in this year’s city council election. We can elect the old guard party stalwart. We can elect a candidate with liberal activist credentials. Alternatively, we can elect a reliable, forward-thinking, problem solver to the position of Minneapolis City Council in Ward-7. If you want Innovative. Forward-Thinking. Effective. Democrat. Take a close look at Mark Globus as your next leading voice on the Minneapolis City Council.