Rader And Rodriguez-Carbone: Let's Vote For Progress Together

It isn’t often in politics that two candidates competing for the same office will publicly declare their support for one another. (Photo by Matt Kuhns)

Finding ways to work together is what we know will make Lakewood a better place, and as candidates for City Council, we want to express our commitment to a shared, inclusive vision.

Councilperson Tristan Rader has helped make local government more transparent through a reformed public records policy, and taken initiative on affordable housing, and renewable energy.

Laura Rodriguez-Carbone has been a community leader throughout her life, serving on the Federal Covid Response team, as co-chair of Lakewood’s Anti-Racism Task Force, and as chair of the Ohio Democratic Party’s Hispanic and Latino Caucus.

On Sept. 14, we hope you will vote to re-elect Tristan Rader, and vote for Laura Rodriguez-Carbone, who would be the first person of color elected to office in Lakewood’s history.

Matt Kuhns

Matt Kuhns is a freelance graphic designer, and occasional author.

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Volume 17, Issue 17, Posted 2:41 PM, 09.01.2021