The Four Lakes Green Party is proud to announce their endorsements of Ledell Zellers, Marsha Rummel, Samba Baldeh and Rebecca Kemble for Madison City Council, Ali Muldrow for Madison Board of Education, and Steve Arnold for Mayor of Fitchburg.
Ali Muldrow is the Racial Justice Youth Organizer/Youth Programming Director at GSAFE, where she teaches leadership skills to high school students using a curriculum she developed based in the experiences of LGBTQ+ youth of color. She also developed the New Narrative Project in the Dane County Juvenile Detention Center to provide incarcerated young people a channel to self-determination. Ali is committed to addressing racial disparities in our schools relentlessly until our students of color are all valued and provided with meaningful opportunities for success. Driven by her experience in both education and social justice advocacy, she is focused on dismantling systemic structures of inequality that have produced the unacceptable disparities in our community.
Steve Arnold has been Mayor of Fitchburg for the past two years, after serving on the city council for ten years. In his time as Mayor, Steve has set a new benchmark for transparency, open government, and fiscal responsibility. In this diverse community, Steve is committed to equitably providing services to all who need them, including affordable housing, public transportation, and other services critical for reducing racial and socioeconomic disparities. As Fitchburg grows and develops, he is working to ensure that this development is both socially and ecologically sustainable.
Ledell Zellers, Marsha Rummel, Samba Baldeh, and Rebecca Kemble are all running unopposed for re-election to the Madison City Council. On the council, they have led the way in fighting for social, economic and racial justice and ecological sustainability in Madison. The Four Lakes Greens look forward to working with Ledell, Marsha, Samba and Rebecca on issues such as improving public transportation, police accountability, worker cooperative development, ending homelessness, protecting immigrants’ rights, and much more.
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