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Attending City Meetings
Those who benefit the most from pro-housing policies often are not heard from at City Meetings. This reality means that NIMBYs dominate local politics. We wish to level the playing field.
First and foremost this means showing up and having our voices heard. We are working to compile a list of neighborhood and city meetings regarding housing and transit issues.
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Run for office
Elections for Tempe City Council will take place on March 10, 2020. In order to run for office candidates must:
- Start a campaign organization.
- Collect at least 763 signatures to get on the ballot.
- File nomination paperwork between October 14 – November 12, 2019.
For full information on running for office in Tempe, please visit the City Clerk’s website.