Transparency. Community. stewardship.
When my husband retired from the Army, we chose Winchester as the place to put down roots and continue raising our family.
You might know me from the referendum I spearheaded along with another mom last year. Because of this effort, all of us in Winchester can vote for our school board members in November. I am not running for mayor so that I can change local government. I am running so that we can.
Like many of you, I’ve seen the way city government values image over transparency. I have also seen the way voices of regular citizens are drowned out by the well-connected.
It's time for a change!
A Vision For
As a teacher at John Handley High School, I see the future of Winchester everyday in our students.
Winchester is our hometown, not just a tourist destination. We are a city of four wards, and all four wards deserve the same services, representation, and engagement. We deserve a city where power rests in a People of Winchester network instead of the Good Old Boy Network.
Our access to democracy is only as good as our local government’s commitment to it. We deserve a local government that prioritizes transparency, community, and good stewardship. Together, we can make this vision a reality.
Together, we are Winchester.