Passion and a plan
For years the community has marched, yelled, and voted for real systematic change. I’m running for District 8 Alder because those in power have refused to listen and remember that there are people at the end of policies.
Enough is Enough.
Over the years, I have watched my city fail to live up to what I know it can become. I’m running because I know I have the experience and support of my community to make a difference. It is paramount to amplify the voices of those who are too often left out of conversations.
It’s time to elect someone who is moving with passion and a plan.
“I’m a proven advocate for the community on the streets and in office.“
My vision for Madison
My vision is of a city that not only empowers marginalized groups to run for office but also promotes progressive policies. It is a city that recognizes the diversity within the community and their relationships with UW and works to maintain these partnerships. I envision a city that supports local startups and small businesses and implements innovative & creative solutions within our city that will be a model for the rest of the country. In order to address the problems that have been exacerbated due to the pandemic, we must include intersectionality in conversations in order to counteract it. It starts with our individual actions that leads to radical progress.
Social, Racial, and Environmental Justice are my main priorities.
Vote Ayomi for Alder April 6th!
Ayomi standing in front of the mural her mother and brother made outside of the Overture.
Handing in nomination papers!
In D.C. with Bianca Shaw, Director of the Office of Urban Development and board member of the WI Women’s network.