Early voting expands county-wide March 22!
APRIL 6: ELECTION DAY!
The Naperville City Council Election is April 6, 2021!
Vote #7 Allison Longenbaugh
I got my start going to City Council meetings during the 5th Avenue Train Station project. I enjoyed the meetings so much that I kept going to meetings even when the project was put on hold. Having been to so many meetings, I know my neighbors are passionate about Naperville. We have all been excited and frustrated and concerned. My neighbors have experienced the same disconnect I have between what we’d like our government to do and what they are actually doing.
I want to be a voice for all Naperville neighborhoods, not just my own. I know not all of you have the time to sit through long City Council meetings. I have almost 30 years of experience at J.P. Morgan working on the same skills it would take to be a successful Councilwoman. I will listen to your concerns, analyze the problem, and work collaboratively with stakeholders to execute the best solutions for Naperville and its residents. I want to see Naperville succeed and I know I have the skills to help Council serve the needs of its residents.
Naperville should lead the way forward in the post-COVID world. Our city's success is built on the strength of our community and the City Council needs creative solutions to help its residents. We must work together as a community to get through this challenge together.
This is a marathon, not a sprint, and we are all on the same team. Read on to see how Allison is running for you.
Allison is not a career politician. When she got into this race it was clear that this must be a people-powered movement.
Please chip in to be part of this campaign to move Naperville forward.