Charlotte is a determined and passionate advocate for affordable housing and tenants' rights. Born and raised in Bloomington, Charlotte graduated from Kingston High School and dedicates her free time to volunteering at the local SPCA. After years of searching for an affordable living situation, Charlotte finally secured a spot in Stony Run Apartments only to be met with intimidation tactics from her landlord. Despite working three jobs, Charlotte's rent has increased by 10% and she now spends 60% of her income on housing. Frustrated by her own struggles and those of her neighbors, Charlotte is committed to making a difference in her community.
With this goal in mind, Charlotte is running for Alderwoman in Ward 1 of Kingston. By prioritizing the needs of her community, she believes that she can help ensure that families and individuals have a place to call home. Her platform is centered on championing policies that protect tenants and create more affordable housing options. Charlotte is committed to fighting rent hikes and evictions, while also working to make sure long-term residents are not priced out of their homes.
A hard worker with a deep sense of empathy, Charlotte is determined to make a positive difference in the lives of those around her. She believes that her own personal struggles, along with her commitment to equity and fairness, make her the right candidate for the job. Charlotte's candidacy has been met with enthusiasm in Ward 1, and many residents are excited to work with her to create lasting change. With her advocacy and leadership, Charlotte hopes to help create a community where everyone has a fair chance to succeed.