RE-ELECT ELIZABETH NELSON
A strong, progressive voice for Ward 4
I am running for re-election to Council in 2022 and would really appreciate your generous support! I need your help to promote transparency, accountability, and serious representation for Ward 4. Our local democracy matters!
Transparent and Accessible Leadership
I believe that your local government should be accessible and transparent. Since my election in 2018, I have sent out a newsletter before every Council meeting with my summary of agenda items coming before City Council, plus news and events of interest to Ann Arbor residents. I also include notices of events and construction projects that affect Ward 4. For issues that matter to you, I encourage you to follow links (next to each agenda item) to the City's Legistar website, where you can find all the background information.
After each Council meeting, I create and post voting charts so that you can easily see how Council voted. I also update the A2Council.com section of this website with meeting summaries, links to the City's Legistar website, CTN's YouTube video, and articles published on MLive. The weekend after each Council meeting I send out an "A2Council Update" summary to my newsletter subscribers.
PS: You don't have to be a Ward 4 resident to sign up for my newsletter - everybody is welcome! :-)
and Voting Chart
Next Coffee Hours
I hold coffee hours Sunday afternoons before City Council meetings. This week my coffee hours will be at Forsythe Park.
Sunday, May 15th 4:30PM
Forsythe Park (corner of Packard St and Arch St)
Next City Council Meeting
City Council meets on the first and third Monday of every month at 7pm (with exceptions for holidays). Starting in January 2022, City Council meetings will be in person at City Hall, but public comment will still be available via phone call/ZOOM.
Monday May 16th 7pm
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