Voters have been asking about my upcoming campaign schedule. Here is what we have so far:Read more
Rolelian "Vikkey" Carlisle invited me to speak before the Chesapeake Democratic Women at 1 PM today. When I got there, I was told it was a closed meeting, and I was not allowed in. "Why?" I asked. "It was a miscommunication," I was given, along with an apology. So keep reading here for the speech I would have given, had I been given the opportunity in this non-partisan City Council race.Read more
Mary Lou Burke is a high-school Latin teacher who has lived in Chesapeake since 2011. She previously taught in Portsmouth, Virginia, and in Pasquotank County, North Carolina, as well as schools in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.Read more
I like to shop locally, especially for food, because the produce is fresher, and it supports our local economy and farmers. Considering the popularity of the City’s farmers’ markets, I am not alone. Chesapeake deserves praise for setting up farmers’ markets at City Park and in Great Bridge and Western Branch. This is an excellent program. What more can we do to support our local farmers and entrepreneurs?
I am running for Chesapeake City Council. Let's start with why I want to serve the residents of Chesapeake. I am a progressive who understands the city has a budget and needs to live within it. My core values are our legal and Constitutional freedoms, equality, grassroots democracy, nonviolence, and the environment sustaining us all.Read more