“In my work, I meet people every day who don’t get an opportunity to have their voice heard. I want to make sure that Tempe is a city where everyone has a chance to be heard and no one is left behind.”
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Sarah Kader for Tempe City Council
1 week ago
A year ago, I was a new mom with an 11 month old baby. I was pretty tired, but after an incredibly divisive national election, and the loss of hope for so many including myself, I felt I had to do something. Running in my hometown felt like the right thing to do; for me, for my family, for my friends, and for all the families in Tempe that need help. While some ballots are still being counted, we didn’t get a win last night, at least not in the traditional sense. But I’m so proud of the campaign we ran, focusing on the issues that matter most in Tempe - those living in poverty and struggling to make it. Too often elected officials and those running for office don’t want to face these realities. But we did. I truly believe we started conversations in the City that are necessary, and even more than that, we know our work is just beginning. That is a win to me.Thank you from the bottom of my heart, to everyone that volunteered, donated, put up a yard sign, and voted for me and what we stand for. And thank you to my incredible team for all their dedication and hard work. There is much to be done yet, and I look forward to continuing to fight for what’s right in my hometown. Win or lose, there is hope. ... See MoreSee Less
Less than 6 hours until Polls close #Tempe! The Tempe Public Library and Tempe City Hall are both open until 7pm!Make your voice heard today, for all our families! ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Tempe, there is still time to vote for Safe Neighborhoods for your family! Election Day is tomorrow, March 13th, and early voting is still available today at Tempe City Hall and the Tempe Public Library.Read my plan for safe neighborhoods here and lets vote together to put Tempe Families First!Thank you for all your support so far! ... See MoreSee Less
Safe Neighborhoods – Sarah Kader for Tempe City Council
Keeping your neighborhood and your family safe and secure is core to the mission of the City Council. Adequately funding our fire, police, and first responders is just one piece in a larger puzzle of ...
Tempe, you can no longer turn your ballots back in the mail if you want your vote to count in this important election!See the link below to learn about where and when you can drop off your mail-in ballot, print a new one, or vote in person.Many of your neighbors have already voted, and I hope that you join them and that I have earned your support! #FamiliesFirsthttp://www.tempe.gov/city-hall/city-clerk-s-office/election-information ... See MoreSee Less
Election Information | City of Tempe, AZ
(b) The primary election shall be held for the purpose of nominating or electing candidates for city elected office. In the event that no more than two candidates file nomination petitions for each v...
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