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My Policy Platform

I'm running on a progressive platform that prioritizes the voices of students and young people. If you think I'm not addressing an issue properly or at all, I want to hear from you! I want to represent you, and you know the best way to solve issues impacting you.

Reach out to me, and tell me what you'd like to see.

Safe & Affordable Housing

Madison is in a housing crisis, and students are the ones most impacted by this. I want to do the following:

      1. Create a comprehensive city plan for affordable student housing
      2. Ensure underserved Student Organizations have a permanent place on campus
      3. Promote campus & community housing partnerships

Mental Health Services

We're reaching an era where mental health is finally being taken seriously, however there is still so much more that can be done. I want to expand the Madison CARES Program to 24/7, which allows mental health providers to provide care to 911 calls that are mental health related. I want to further expand any other ways the city can provide mental health services.

Campus & Off-Campus Safety

** Trigger Warning: Mention of Sexual Violence

Madison is a safe city, especially when you look at it on paper. However there are still many more things we can do to make it safer, and to make students feel safer.​ From lighting Lakeshore Path to increased education on safety resources, I will make this a priority as Alder.


Madison is an amazing city to get around in, until winter. Improving transportation infrastructure will allow easier and safer travel, which we have room to improve on. I will focus on the following:

      1. Advocate for a new Bus Route: Reverse Bus 80
      2. Increased Sustainability in Transportation
      3. Prioritizing Pedestrian Safety


There is no one "right way" to make Madison more sustainable, so I worked together with campus student leaders to see what issues make most sense for Madison. My goal with creating a more sustainable Madison means having a systematic view of the issue, meaning every piece of legislation deserves the question: "does this make Madison more sustainable?"

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