On Tuesday, April 4, you'll have a chance to influence the direction of our city in a very meaningful way. I hope you will join us at caucus and consider becoming a delegate to the Ward 11 convention on April 29. It's a small time commitment with a big payoff. Reach out to the campaign if you have questions, and we'll be happy to talk through the process with you!
This week, the Southside Pride highlighted Jeremy's experience in their coverage of the city council races. You can read the full story here!
"Jeremy Schroeder is currently policy director for the Minnesota Housing Partnership, an organization that advocates for affordable housing. He supports raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, and he told Southside Pride: 'I previously served as executive director of the Illinois Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty. I am the only candidate in Ward 11 who has worked with community members, victims of crime and law enforcement to reform the criminal justice system. I am eager to use that experience to improve relations between our city’s residents and police officers. I will leave it up to Ward 11 voters to decide which candidate is best equipped to help our city heal from the tragic deaths of Mr. Clark and Mr. Franklin, and prevent similar tragedies from happening in the future.'"