", "I have been in Louisville my whole life (20 years) and love this place. "I think the city can improve on how best to leverage the success of neighborhoods like NuLu and Butchertown to work toward the same kind of positive outcomes in Russell and the neighborhoods west of Ninth Street. Last year, I was elected as Justice of the Peace for East End Louisville. LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- After months of marches and cries for change, Louisville leaders delivered another big reform Thursday night. District 4: Jacorey Arthur (D) – seat vacated by Barbara Sexton-Smith My greatest passion is to serve and seek equity for all Louisvillians across districts. We deserve fresh, healthy food at affordable costs in our own neighborhoods. It's possible to be a city that funds its public services and stand up to austerity politics. Some responses have been lightly edited for length: Did not immediately respond to a request for comment. At the same time, Louisville must ensure that what we do well benefits all Louisvillians and not just some. The 13 even-numbered Metro Council seats are up for election this year, of which six have contested primaries. Many believe, like myself, that our current councilwoman is focused on Newburg over the rest of the district communities. The state pension crisis has been a real burden to our community and caused us to make cuts in services that are simply not sustainable. ", "To continue funding essential services such as paving and increase funding for public safety. "I was born into poverty, to two young parents living in a trailer that they couldn't afford to air condition. District 4’s constituents also deserve quality, affordable housing that is built with environmentally sustainable measures. Make District 8 cleaner, greener and safer. There are challenges facing the district and city that I feel I am best able to solve. (5/12/20) We had the pleasure of speaking with Robert LeVertis Bell who is a candidate of Louisville Metro Council District 4 last week. The Courier Journal does its job in reporting, now Louisville Government needs to do its job in repairing. googletag.defineSlot('/13076449/L-Marketing', [300, 250], 'div-gpt-ad-1429642448542-0').addService(googletag.pubads()); Dennisha Rivers (D) withdrew from the Louisville Metro Council race. }); Here’s Who’s Running For Louisville Metro Council In 2020, Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window), Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window), First elected as a founding member of Metro Council in 2002. My community — and the resources it provided for me — formed me. eacher and activist, members of the Democratic Socialists of America, Lawyer and vice chair of the Kentucky Democratic Party, Small business owner and president of the Tyler Park Neighborhood Association, Attorney and former chair of the Democratic caucus, running for his second term, Director of Employee Relations at Volunteers of America Mid-State and onetime candidate for the Jefferson County Public Schools board, Business executive first elected to Council in 2016, Vice Chair of the Brookhaven Neighborhood Association, business representative for the Indiana Kentucky Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters and warden of Carpenters Local 175, Critical care nurse first elected in 2012, Founding member of the Council first elected in 2002 and former property management professional. Could not be reached by The Courier Journal. They're running from being evicted and not having a home. We need to continue to improve our workforce readiness. As a business owner, I get happy every time I see another local business open up, but I believe we have to provide these local businesses in our community the resources they need to be at their most successful peaks, and I make it a commitment to provide them those resources. I am going to do everything in my power to help the families in our district by eliminating the food desert, keeping our neighbors in their homes, and guaranteeing thoughtful development in our neighborhoods. ", "My campaign slogan is 'Louisville For All.' ", Occupation: Managing and teaching associate for Commonwealth Theatre Center and Justice of the Peace for Jefferson County, "I believe the greatest good always comes through service to others. Amina Elahi. Focus on the Preston Highway master plan and continue to improve infrastructure throughout the district. ", "Louisville improves when its people have a say in the process. It's possible to be a city that takes bold action on climate change. Democrats dominate the Louisville Metro Council, a position they’ve long enjoyed but converted into a supermajority after the 2018 election. We have lots of jobs here in Louisville today, but many aren't able to reach these jobs because of lack of training, and education. Dennisha Rivers (D) withdrew from the Louisville Metro Council race. Let’s support community events that build the Highlands’s spirit, find new and interesting ways for neighbors to interact with one another, and celebrate the uniqueness of our district. We need a Louisville For All. Shelby Park. Help guide thoughtful development in our neighborhoods. Skip Navigation. I will continue to passionately serve and will unapologetically represent people who are not the traditionally known movers and shakers, but who beautifully sustain our communities—like housekeepers, cooks, car washers, barbers, teachers, horse grooms, day care workers, restaurant servers— the working class folks who continually uphold and contribute to our community.". These goals are personal to me, and I will work tirelessly for all of the residents in District 8. Candidate for Louisville Metro Council District 4. ", "I am always focused on the infrastructure needs of the district, paving roads ahead of schedule, repairing sidewalks and working on other capital improvements. One example is improving accessibility at intersections for folks living with disabilities. 89.3 WFPL News Louisville. As brother Daryl Young Jr. runs for District 4 along with others Louisville Candidates. Building community means building affordable housing, reclaiming vacant properties and working to assist our homeless population find ways to join society by gaining a place to live on their own. A prominent Louisvillian has thrown his hat into the ring to succeed Barbara Sexton Smith on Louisville Metro Council. ", "I'm running to bring an end to austerity politics and to bring a different model of leadership to Metro government. And it's possible to be a city that works for everyone and not just for the handful of developers and corporations. If government broke it, government needs to fix it. ", "My top priority will be infrastructure. Those in District 18 deserve a representative with vision who welcomes their participation in change for good. *Incumbents are listed in italics. I always say it's a place that is big enough to have everything you need and small enough that you can actually use it. We've had the same leadership in District 2 for over 16-plus years, and I believe that strongly contributes to the little that's been done. Both of these phrases I think encompass what our city and this district can be. ", Occupation: Manager of programming at the Muhammad Ali Center, "When I was a student at the University of Louisville, our motto was 'Dare to be great.' District 8 Neighborhood Watch Toolkit This is a city that is not at a deficit for programming or resources, yet we still have a ways to go to make those programs and resources equitable for everyone. ", "As young professionals, my husband and I notice a trend of peers moving to other cities to build careers. We need a great education system with options for all types of post-secondary training and advancement.". Serving on Metro Council will allow me to work hand-in-hand with residents, organizations and businesses. My goal is to seek more partners who want to work together and be part of solutions. Things like public-space recycling programs (think sidewalks, bus stops and a pilot recycling program in parks) would decrease litter, promote sustainability, and increase the pride we feel in our district. ", Occupation: Owner of style office and online boutique All is Fair in Love and Fashion, "I am running for Metro Council because I want to leave this neighborhood better than how I found it for my children and their children. ", "My goals are best described to promote resident health, safety and education. We need to keep our neighborhoods safe and our roads paved. Enforcing contractor licensing will also collect owed revenue from not only the licensing itself but also through stopping construction industry tax fraud in the city of Louisville. Darcy Costello: 502-582-4834; email@example.com; Twitter: @dctello. All Rights Reserved. I still believe in "possibility city." Louisville Metro Police Department’s Committee for Interviewing Recruits Citizen’s Commission on Police Accountability in May 2005 My deep conviction on maintaining good policies and involvement within the community makes me the best candidate to lead and serve Metro Council District 4. Occupation: Senior executive officer at Shekinah CDP, "I am running for Metro Council because I want to help improve the conditions of the community where I have lived all my life.". Barbara Shanklin, incumbent —First elected as a founding member of Metro Council in 2002. Bryan Burns. ", "I was taught that knowledge bears responsibility. Housing costs throughout our district are rising precipitously. Before I was a realtor, I was a social worker and I know how good things can be when a community is strong, is properly invested in and is build to lift up its members; I also know how bad things can be when we as a city fail to build community, forgetting our commitment to our neighbors. I plan to push for stronger community connections and more effective community management.". 1.1K likes. I believe that we are at a critical time in the history of our city, where we are experiencing strong growth and investment but we need to make sure that we are bringing that kind of prosperity to every corner of our city and not just certain enclaves and corridors. A Louisville native and a democratic socialist, Robert is running due to his desire to see the city of Louisville live up to its potential as a city for the many, not the few. ", "Looking ahead to 2020, I plan to continue to focus on the development of a master plan for the Preston Highway corridor; create a collaborative plan for the Schnitzelburg, German-Paristown, St. Joseph, and Shelby Park neighborhoods; provide sidewalk connectivity on Newburg Road, Six Mile Lane, and other busy corridors; redevelop the Kmart building on Poplar Level Road; create a multi-use path connecting Nightingale Road to Newburg Road; remain vigilant and address any vandalism and/or criminal activity within our neighborhoods or on our streets; and continue to encourage recycling by providing half the cost of the purchase of large carts. By protecting front-line worker jobs we can increase public safety all across the city. And people know that climate change is a threat to our existence, not just as a district and city, but as a human race. Julie Raque Adams (born June 11, 1969) is an American politician and a Republican member of the Kentucky Senate representing District 36 since January 4, 2016. METRO COUNCIL - 20th DISTRICT Republican Party Stuart BENSON 3904 CHENOWETH RUN RD LOUISVILLE, KY 40299-3932 Filed: 11/8/2019. 2020 General Statewide Candidate Filings; 2020 General Jefferson County Registry of Candidates; 2020 General Jefferson County Candidate Info; 2020 General Jefferson County Withdrawn Candidates; Forms and Reports. District 2 My district‘s citizens suffer disproportionately from food deserts. From a young age, I have held positions, both paid and volunteer, in community outreach and engagement in Louisville and neighboring communities. For far too long, our residents' concerns go unheard and unaddressed. My education and experience combine for a unique skill set that facilitates communication and encourages partnership. Dozens of candidates have filed for reelection, to challenge incumbents or to fill the seats of departing council members Brandon Coan, D-8th District, and Barbara Sexton Smith, D-4th. ", "I have four keys for success: 1.) Louisville Metro Council District 4. The following candidates ran in the Democratic primary for Louisville Metro Council District 4 on June 23, 2020. Especially in these tough economic times, I want to see us take ownership of our future. Goal 2 is to start immediate housing justice (Example: just-cause ordinances to protect tenants). To get information on basic needs, food distribution, small business assistance from local, statewide and JCPS programs designed to keep you safe and give assistance during this crisis, I also believe Louisville should focus on its core neighborhoods — those neighborhoods within the old city limits. These candidates are unchallenged in the November general election. ", "Goal 1 is to create responsible economic development (Example: Prioritize funding a full-service grocery store in a food desert before other business ventures). This story has been updated to include additional candidates who filed after the original story was published. Results are in for Jefferson County and many on Metro Council will be keeping their seats. Before filing, I spoke with voters at their door to get a picture of the main issues. One area that we can improve in is making sure our budget and our spending lines up with our community values. The Central Business District also deserves attention. We are also in the process of investing another half million dollars in Riverview Park. I believe I am that sort of leader. "Louisville is a great community but we do have our challenges. Occupation: Teacher, musician and activist, "I'm running for Metro council because my people are running for their lives. Public safety. I will also continue to work closely with LMPD to provide our officers with the resources they need to keep our neighborhoods safe. As the city looks to expand its reach, attract talent and keep its homegrown greatness, we have to push for amenities and assets that make Louisville an attractive destination for individuals, families and businesses. Curtis Wilkerson — No information available 4. And creating more formal and informal opportunities for the police and public to interact would build a sense of security for district residents while increasing trust between officers, residents and business owners. I want to support further development to become an even more attractive city as we enhance commerce and plan for the future. I will ensure metro agencies are responsive to my constituents' needs. ", "Louisville is a great place to live and I am proud to call it my hometown, but we can do better. ", "As the district's Metro Council representative, my absolute first priority is to ensure the residents of my district have transparent, accessible government. We need to continue to work on our housing challenges. We can do so much more when we all get involved. ", Occupation: President of DeSales High School, Website: louisvilleky.gov/government/metro-council-district-12/about-rick-blackwell, "District 12 is a great place to call home, and I have lived in the South End all of my life. To provide district wide needs. Additionally, my goals would be to listen, to listen to the third shift workers, to listen to the business executive, to listen to the unemployed and underemployed, to listen to the religious leaders, to listen to the stay at home parents, to listen ... and then to act. Her name will appear on the ballot, but votes cast for her will not be counted, per state law. In addition, I want to continue to make Louisville a welcoming and inviting city, as it was where my dad chose to emigrate from Ireland in 1959. Served as president in 2006, and survived an ethics investigationin 2013. I want to support the strong network of neighborhoods we have in District 8 and enhance the great work they are doing across the district, such as tree planting projects, neighborhood festivals and improving our parks. ", "My goal is to bring my entire district together. Public safety is a high priority. A safer Preston Highway and improved infrastructure will help build the economic strength of the area and attract responsible economic development. Did not immediately respond to a Courier Journal request for comment. -Harvey Milk My name is Ron Bolton, and I am running to represent Louisville Metro Council District 4. The 2020 ballot won't just include elections for president and senator — in Louisville, half the city will also be weighing in on its representatives to Louisville Metro Council. Listen to what the people of the city really need and focus more on growing and pouring into our small businesses.". I want to create new avenues for community-based decision making and do more to value the voices of ordinary residents. Musician and music education teacher. My focus will be making continued progress investing in roads, bringing back the Middletown and Fern Creek libraries and balancing the budget through making Metro Government more efficient with your tax dollars. Five candidates have filed to run for District 2, which includes the central county neighborhood Newburg, and four in District 18, in eastern Jefferson County. But in 2020, half of the Council’s seats — the even-numbered ones, this time — will be up for election and there’s a chance the party balance could change. I want my child — and all the children of District 8 — to grow up having the same opportunities that I had: clean parks, safe streets, a vibrant and diverse community around him. I am a Democratic Socialist. Our district wants to see more done for us as we see being done in other districts. Democratic Candidate for Louisville Metro Council District 4. This means continuing our successes in economic development and enhancing infrastructure and some public areas such as libraries. We see improvements or new development everyday in downtown Louisville, which is great and gives us a beautiful city, but sadly to say the money we keep pouring into these projects aren't giving as much in return to our city. Louisville Metro Council. The Louisville Metro Council primary race results, announced Tuesday, come amid a period of turmoil for the city, which has been rocked by furor over the police shooting of Breonna Taylor, 26. We need to build a Louisville that works for the many, not the few. Website: louisvilleky.gov/government/metro-council-district-6/about-david-james, "I decided to run for re-election because I still have work that needs to be completed in my district. 3.) We had a great conversation about his ideas and goals for the city, and touch on the pandemic impact, safety zone legislation, and the Green New Deal. ", "1.) Website: louisvilleky.gov/government/metro-council-district-10/about-pat-mulvihill, "I am a lifelong resident of District 10, and I want my three children Jack, Jacob, and Katie, to be able to stay in Louisville and make it their home if they so desire. "I believe that the council needs to continue to work with our mayor and our state delegation to help empower the city to grow economically and attract new businesses which will make our city appealing to young adults who want to call Louisville their home.". I also want to support work that helps families own affordable homes and have the ability to generate wealth. My goal is to make sure every person has someone in local government who will not waiver from advocating for them. But infrastructure applies to more than roads, bridges, safe lighting and the like. She is a former member of the Kentucky House of Representatives and the Louisville Metro Council. Served as president in 2006, and survived an, Businesswoman who ran against Shanklin in the 2016 primary. By The seat is currently held by Barbara Sexton Smith, who is not seeking re-election. Occupation: Vice president/national sales for V.G. There are a lot of excitement with people running for local Metro council office in a highly competitive race in 2020. ", Occupation: FedEx employee, commissioner for the City of Bellmeade, "I am running for Metro Council to serve the city as a whole and use the expertise I have developed as a city commissioner. The city of Louisville, Kentucky, held regular general elections for 13 Metro Council districts, County Commission Districts B and C and two soil and water conservation supervisors.The city also held special elections for county surveyor and family court judge of Kentucky's 30th Circuit Court, Seat 3. 3.) Growing up in District 20 has taught many great values. ", "I want to take the work many of our residents have started in the Tyler Park Neighborhood Association and the revitalization efforts of the Bardstown Road Improvement Group (B.I.G.) Sign up for a daily dose of WFPL news curated for you each morning. The candidates for District 4 include, in alphabetical order, community advocate and former Tandy staffer Bryan Burns(D), JCPS employee Aletha Fields(D), Beecher Terrace Resident Council president Marshall Gazaway(D), and former Fund for the Arts president Barbara Sexton Smith(D). 2.) Louisville is an exciting place with innumerable opportunities. Our homeless population needs to be connected to services, and we need to continue to work on long term solutions. Currently I work as a real estate agent which has shown me the importance of safety, growth, and working with all types of people. Updates from Councilwoman Sexton Smith COVID 19 for District 4! Louisville Metro Council began interviewing 13 candidates vying for the spot left vacant by long time District 21 Councilman Dan Johnson.Johnson was dismissed from the council … ", "I know for a fact that our Louisville needs to improve by having our local government focused on the people again. Through that position, I found I have a great deal to offer in bringing people together. Democrat 1. Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith wants residents of District 4 to have the latest information on how the COVID 19 virus is impacting daily life in Louisville Metro and Kentucky. Also, our goal to be known as a city of compassion is admirable, but if we are to take that charge seriously, we must address challenges that persist. My wife and I want our 2-year old son, Patrick, and all children in Louisville Metro, to live in a clean, safe and vibrant place today and in the future. At a minimum, we need the same revenue options as other cities in Kentucky, like Shepherdsville and Elizabethtown, which have the authority to levy a restaurant tax. I plan to implement a monthly district newsletter and hold coffee with the councilman events like other thriving districts. Metro Council District Maps. We need to make sure that we are maximizing our public private partnerships and incorporating our higher ed partners like U of L and Spalding, as well as the array of non-profit institutions to build collaborative relationships that can transform our city not only economically, but in education and the physical landscape. I encourage the mayor to work with the council to provide our first responders the best equipment, training, etc. Residents moving into the fastest-growing area should have the same access and expectation of quality infrastructure and amenities that other areas in the county enjoy. Arthur is employed by WFPL’s parent company, Louisville Public Media. We should be showering them with love and investing in the maintenance of existing infrastructure and providing the best services possible, while also responding aggressively to their concerns. ", "People are concerned when the city's response to budget shortfalls includes closing libraries and removing ambulances from our streets. What would your goals for the district be? How do you think Louisville could/should improve? Louisville must continue to invest in meaningful, relevant, and productive activities and recreational space for our youth. googletag.pubads().collapseEmptyDivs(); 2.) ", "My goals for District 8 first and foremost are public safety, followed closely by quality delivery of basic services like libraries, garbage pickup, recycling, filling pot holes for all residents. ", "I am a champion of neighborhoods. 2020 General Statewide Candidate Filings; 2020 General Jefferson County Registry of Candidates; 2020 General Jefferson County Candidate Info; 2020 General Jefferson County Withdrawn Candidates; Forms and Reports. All of its residents, whether blue collar, white collar or no collar, are creative, resourceful and whole folks who are worthy and capable, and deserve to have their voice heard and needs met.". To help sort out who is running, the Courier Journal mailed letters to candidates who are in contested races and asked them to fill out a survey. I know it was vitally important to my mom, Mary Margaret Mulvihill, who served on the Louisville Board of Aldermen, to ensure Louisville would be a good place for kids to grow up and then raise families of their own. This knowledge moves me to action on a higher level. It covers the Central Business District as well as historic neighborhoods in the West End and the East. ", "We must work with the state to reform the tax code so that Louisville can lower the cost of doing business while attracting companies and investment. A community is strongest when there is a high quality of life. RaeShanda Lias-Lockhart — U.S. Army veteran and fashion designer Republican 1. Celebrate our community culture. Unlicensed contractors working in the city of Louisville pose an incredible threat to the safety, longevity, and value of our properties, commercial buildings, and future development projects. As our native son Muhammad Ali said, 'Service to others is the rent you pay for your space here on Earth. It’s even more exciting to see members of our chapter take part in the upcoming election. Jecorey Arthur (D) ", "Metro Louisville government should be delivering basic services to all areas of Louisville Metro. This is the greatest city in the world, not just an up-and-coming Nashville or a place a couple of policy interventions away from being Austin. People are concerned about the city's response to homelessness and the large population of disaffected, jobless youth. In an effort to help improve the quality of life and safety issues of the Preston Highway corridor, several of my colleagues and I are working on a master plan for Preston Highway to focus on land use, economic development, transit, mobility and place making. Our district is inclusive, welcoming, and engaged. District 4 doesn't need a savior. District 2 deserves an advocate who has integrity, is passionate about making local government work for the people, and has the grit to overcome any challenges in the way. Candidates for key offices with regional impact – such as Congress, state legislative races, Metro Council, and the Jefferson County Board of Education – received surveys. In talking to some constituents, it was said that everyone in District 2 needs to feel supported — not just one centralized location, and I am the candidate that will ensure that happens. Robert LeVertis Bell is a longtime community activist, a father of three, and a public school teacher running to represent the Fourth District in Louisville’s Metro Council. ", "I want us to rethink how we do economic development, address our housing crisis, implement restorative justice policies, and do more to protect the environment. I want to run because I know the power that happens when citizens feel listened to, heard and empowered to make a difference. Robert LeVertis Bell is a longtime community activist, a father of three, and a public school teacher running to represent the Fourth District in Louisville’s Metro Council. We need to bring more people to the decision-making table. As a Union Representative, I believe I am well-suited to listen, respond, and address the issues and concerns of the constituents. Plus, better partnerships and cooperation with Jefferson County Public Schools. As a fiscal conservative, I will continue pursuing avenues to streamline government and find cost savings instead of raising taxes and fees. ", "My goal for the district is to bring our youth academic and arts programs within the community that will help our families that can't make that drive after school. We all need to commit to making the District 12, and all of the South End, the best that it can be. 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