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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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