Jillian Scannell – Ward 1
I’m running for City Council to reinforce our government’s responsibility to communicate with you, and create policies that ensure a safe and resilient community.
Ryan Nick – Ward 2
I’m running to represent Ward 2 because the City Council needs to be doing a better job advocating for the real needs of our community. The partisan antics of the Council are pushing people out of the democratic process.
Sarah Carpenter – Ward 4
I plan on working to increase housing affordability, improving the health of Lake Champlain, expanding services in the New North End, and Burlington leadership on regional issues.
Chip Mason – Ward 5
I’m running for re-election because I want to continue to lead our efforts on creating affordable housing, investing in public infrastructure, downtown and the waterfront, and fighting for proactive climate policy.
Karen Paul – Ward 6
It is truly an honor to represent the residents of Ward 6 and the City of Burlington on the City Council. My love of Burlington is deeply rooted in a rich history of community involvement as a fourth generation citizen of our City.
Ali Dieng – Ward 7
As a City Councilor I will continue to be a voice for all of Ward 7. Communication from New North End officials is an important part of keeping you informed. If re-elected I would pledge to focus much more on making sure that our neighborhood is informed.
Adam Roof – Ward 5
I will run a positive, issue-based campaign focused on forming coalitions built upon common ground. I believe now more than ever, that Burlington should come together around policies that unite us and be welcoming to a diversity of thought in our community dialogue.