Wabash Township Trustee Democratic Candidate
Thank you for taking the time to get to know me! I look forward to serving the community as your Wabash Township Trustee.
I am a lifelong hoosier and have lived in Lafayette-West Lafayette area since 2011. My daughter Maggie graduated from West Lafayette Jr./Sr. High School in 2016. I am the owner of Sitewise Digital, a small digital marketing firm located downtown Lafayette that caters to small business. My previous experience in finance, management and social work give me the skill set needed to be an effective Trustee. I have been interested in politics since middle school and I believe that the United States Government should be by the people, of the people, for the people. Now that Maggie has graduated I am ready for a more active role in local government and look for your support as Trustee.
I look to bring community outreach and accountability to the Trustees office. I will ensure the highest level of transparency by improving the Wabash Townships website and social media presence, ensuring that our Township tax dollars are being used wisely. I have the relevant experience to ensure our Township can support and protect our community members.
Please vote for me on November 6, 2018!
About Wabash Township
The trustee position plays an important role
The trustee is responsible for
- providing fire protection
- managing township property
- administering township assistance
- providing and maintaining our cemeteries
The trustee office is located
On Klondike Road in the same building as the Fire Department.
Wabash Township is located in Tippecanoe County
Wabash Township encompasses most of West Lafayette city, including Purdue, east to the Wabash River, west to 500, north to the Tippecanoe county line, and south to the Wabash River.
Wabash Township is the largest township in Tippecanoe County
The population is 59,000. According to Wikipedia our township is one of the most culturally diverse in the United States. According to the US Census Bureau 39.7% of our residents are below the poverty line.
Step 1: A voter must be 18 by Tuesday, November 6, 2018 to cast a ballot in the Tuesday, May 8, 2018 Primary Election.
Step 2: You must reside in Wabash Township (Tippecanoe County) to vote for the trustee. If you don’t know what township you live in you can check HERE. (The 5th line of the chart is the township designation)
Step 3: You must be registered to vote. If you aren’t registered or want to check your registration you can do that HERE.
Step 4: You can vote early, which is faster and easier than waiting until election day. Find early voting information HERE.