Don’t Just Take Our Word For It

Here’s state and local news coverage of Chuck’s time in office and his professional work as a community organizer.

Chuck Warpehoski pursues peace and justice in the Trump era [Concentrate].  A profile of Chuck’s work for peace and justice, both in his day job as a community organizer and on City Council.

From The Daily: Vote Chuck Warpehoski [Michigan Daily].  The Daily describes why they endorsed Chuck in 2016 (they haven’t made endorsements in 2018).

A2 Fix It: The city’s new complaint system tackles the Arborview Stench [Ann Arbor Observer]. An example of Chuck helping improve essential services in the 5th Ward.

OpEd: Why Saying “Yes” to Transit Improvement Millage was Best [Concentrate].  In Chuck’s 2014 op-ed, he describes how the transit millage won and the implications of improved access to transit.

Local interfaith groups launch campaign in support of refugees and Muslim community [Michigan Radio].  NPR coverage of Chuck’s work to make Ann Arbor a more welcoming place for marginalized groups.

Prohibitions against outdoor smoking in Ann Arbor win approval from City Council [MLive].  Coverage of Chuck’s successful push to make public parks and bus stops smoke-free zones.

Students engage in poverty simulation [Michigan Daily]. Coverage of Chuck leading a workshop to increase awareness of poverty in Washtenaw County and advocating for relief.

Ann Arbor to recognize Indigenous Peoples Day instead of Columbus Day [MLive].  Partnering with local indigenous groups and allies, Chuck successfully introduced legislation to recognize Native Peoples on the 2nd Monday in October.

Criminal conviction check-off box to be removed from Ann Arbor city job applications [Michigan Radio]. NPR coverage of Chuck’s successful resolution to reduce discrimination against those with past criminal convictions.

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