Photo from the first “Talk with Todd” held in late August
Every few weeks, I’ll be hanging out for a couple of hours in different spots around the Ward. My agenda? Listen to what’s on your mind. Link you up with people working on an issue you care about. Strategize together on how we can change the way politics is done in our Ward.
I’m kicking off my second Talk with Todd session the day after the General Election. We’ll talk about what happened in local and federal races, and what comes next!
I’ll be hanging out at Jackie Lee’s on Kennedy. Depending on where you’re coming from, it’s accessible via Metrobus on the E4, 63, K6, and also by Capital Bikeshare.There’s some limited street parking in the area.
Stop by with your concerns or just to say hey! RSVP on Facebook by clicking here.
WHAT: Talk with Todd: Committeeman “Office Hours”
WHO: Anyone in Ward 4 who wants to chat!
WHEN: 6:00-8:00 p.m., Wednesday, November 7
WHERE: Jackie Lee’s, 116 Kennedy St., NW
One of my commitments as a candidate was to make the State Committee present and active in our neighborhoods. The survival of our communities, our neighborhoods, our city, and our party depends on us, the people, making our demands heard loud and clear. It depends on us organizing together to make sure our elected officials, our employers, and our landlords are held accountable.
We’ve seen again and again that a D.C. for the people, a D.C. “for the many” won’t be won if we just let it ride in the years between elections. We’re going to have to fight for it, and step one in that fight is getting to know each other—our hopes, our needs, and what we each have to offer—better.