Voting is personal, we all have to make individual decisions about what we support based on our values and our knowledge of the issues. But that doesn’t mean it’s private. As I make sense of my ballot (and this year’s … Continue reading
The Washtenaw Biking and Walking Coalition asked candidates to fill out a questionnaire about their support for pedestrian and cyclist concerns. Here are my replies.
The Ann Arbor Arts Alliance asked candidates to fill out a questionnaire about their support for the arts. Here are my replies.
Our second mailer is on the way to voters this week. Here’s a preview (it’s printed on brown recycled paper so you won’t get the full effect here): I’m proud of my progressive values and my experience fighting for them. … Continue reading
Mailer #1 is out the door! It should arrive in the mailbox around Friday. Check it out! I think the designer did a great job. The center of my campaign is talking to people directly; that’s why I’m knocking on … Continue reading
The Sierra Club sent city council candidates a questionnaire asking about personal experience and positions on various environmental issues. The questions were thoughtful and I thought voters might be interested in my responses, so I’m sharing my answers. I live … Continue reading
Come share some food and drink and meet with Chuck Warpehoski, Democratic candidate for Ann Arbor’s 5th Ward and help him reach out to voters for the August 7 primary. When: Thursday, July 12, 5-7 p.m. Where: Vie Fitness, 209 … Continue reading
The new campaign brochure arrived from the printer Monday, and I’m excited. Take a look. Since the campaign started I’ve knocked on about a thousand doors with just home-printed “quick lit.” After all, why wait for printers and designers before … Continue reading
Yard signs are here! If you’d like to sport one in your yard (especially if it is in the 5th ward or in a high-visibility location), email chuck@voteforchuck. We’re also looking for volunteers to help “plant” them. Any takers?
At the campaign kickoff on Sunday, May 13, Wesley Debbink and Camille Shore launched the Vote For Chuck Toddler Caucus. My goal as a candidate is to hear the concerns of all Ann Arborites, including Wesley’s hope for more stroller … Continue reading