How you will navigate competing interests and opinions on hot-button social issues that periodically come before local government?

Glenn Lazard
Glenn Lazard
Candidate for City Council District 5

It is my experience that so called hot-button issues are best resolved by allowing all interested and affected parties to have a seat at the table and the opportunity to voice their opinion. It is my personal and professional experience that most people simply want the opportunity to be heard. My extensive negotiating training and experience has given me the tools necessary to facilitate discussions and search for amicable solutions to any type of problem.

Lionel Rodriguez
Lionel Rodriguez
Candidate for City Council District 5

I will be open minded and listen to both sides. I will also be respectful of the issue at hand. Ultimately, I will listen to my community and my own beliefs to make a determination on the issue. My focus will remain rebuilding the Northside economy.

Janet Jackson
Janet Jackson
Candidate for City Council District 5

These situations will happen in government. I will listen to my constituents while working to find a place of compromise on the issue(s).

Aaron Staten
Aaron Staten
Candidate for City Council District 5

With the truth and facts of the matter. Also sticking with our priorities, what my platform has lined out, while also making sure the taxpayer gets their voice heard, and needs relayed to the best option. I don't give up on the people and their issues.