It's another election year and I’m running again. OneCity members, I hope I can count on your vote at the June 16 nomination meeting to be a council candidate for OneCity.
There was so much excitement - especially in the Filipino community - when I secured a nomination in 2011 to run for city council. So many of you were energized by that election you also came out to support me in 2014 when we founded a new political movement where I represented as OneCity's lone candidate for council.
I'm proud of the work OneCity has done over the years and a lot of it started when I ran in 2014. Click here to read up on the platform I ran on. You'll then see why we put the Vancouver civic scene on notice.
Last October, we made a huge breakthrough when we elected Carrie Bercic, OneCity's first school board trustee. We're poised to make a huge impact in this fall's election as more people in the city hear about OneCity's bold ideas, especially around housing. Our message resonates with everyone who recognizes we can't continue down this current path of housing unaffordability.
I'm ready to build on our party's successes and bring our ideas and values to city hall. The buzz around town is no longer if but when OneCity will be in City Hall. I can't wait for that day.
Let's get to work.