Vote Tuesday, November 8th!
15th Ward Participatory Budgeting
After you cast your ballot for President next week (and Senator, statewide candidates, ballot proposals and amendments), please take a few more minutes and vote to fund capital improvement projects in the 15th Ward!
How does it work?
1. When you leave your polling place, look for a Participatory Budgeting booth staffed by volunteers.
2. Identify yourself as a 15th Ward resident to receive a ballot.
3. Choose up to three (3) out of the nine proposed capital improvement projects.
Be an informed voter! Go to my website for project summaries and detailed, illustrated descriptions. The final proposals were selected by volunteer leaders from dozens of ideas submitted through surveys and public events. Thanks for all the great suggestions!
More Volunteers Needed!
We could use more hands to staff the Participatory Budgeting voting booths, and you don't need to live in the 15th Ward to volunteer. Can you help? Please sign up!
Historic Presidential Election
Please be sure to give yourself plenty of time to vote on Tuesday, as lines could be long at times. The ballot will include candidates for President, Senator, Governor and many other seats. In addition, voters will decide on several Constitutional Amendments and Proposals. Please visit the Secretary of State's office website for a complete
list of candidates
will be open from 6 AM until 7 PM. These are the 15th Ward voting locations.
Mann Elementary School
(Precincts 2 and 3)
4047 Juniata St.
(Disabled Access: Enter off Parking Lot)
Fanning Middle School
(Precincts 1 and 5)
(Disabled access: Enter off Giles Ave.)
St. Paul United Church
(Precincts 4, 6 and 7)
3510 Giles Ave.
Remember to bring a drivers license, the voter registration card you received in the mail, or another form of identification such as a recent utility bill or bank statement. Photo i.d. is not required.
I'll see you at the polls!