Democratic Wilmington City Council Candidates 2019

Michael Allbright

My primary objective in running for City Council is to approach all challenges and concerns for the City of Wilmington with an open-mind, and to actively listen to and investigate all matters in a non-partisan way.

Michael Snarr

I grew up in Wilmington and have lived in the 2nd Ward for over 40 years. I was appointed as Councilman for the 2nd Ward in January 2018 and am running for election in 2019.

Kelsey Swindler

My favorite thing about Wilmington is its steadfastness. We’ve been through a lot, but there’s an abiding sense that we’ll overcome new obstacles, just like we’ve overcome previous ones, and there’s a commitment to and enthusiasm for new ideas.

Tyler Williams

I want to be remembered as somebody who was fiscally responsible but also made real change that made people want to move to the city.

Vision, Issues, & Values

 

Who are the Clinton County Democrats?

We are farmers, teachers, professors, artists, lawyers, doctors, and factory workers.  We are people who believe in democracy, an inclusive philosophy that strives for equality for all.  We are working to raise incomes and restore economic security for the middle class, create good-paying jobs, fight for economic fairness and against inequality, and to bring Americans together and remove barriers to opportunities.

We believe that bridges are better than walls.  If you’re looking for a positive direction for your local government, join us.  All are welcome here.

We are stronger together.

Wilmington City Democratic Candidates

Clinton County Democrats need your support in the 2019 General Election.

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