I am the Democratic nominee for the 21st Monroe County Legislative District. I am running to be our representative because our community faces challenges related to poverty, good jobs, education, transportation and structural racism. We deserve ethical and accountable government dedicated to solving problems.
"I'm impressed with Rachel's commitment to ethical government, to transparency, to accountability and I think we need people like her in office!"
"I'm voting for Rachel because she's for the community."
"Rachel doesn't accept things as is. She tries to solve problems."
"I will be voting for Rachel because she's a real person who cares about our community."
"No one has spoken out against corporate greed like Rachel. She cares."
"I called Rachel with a situation I had. Rachel went far and beyond to help me out. Rachel is caring."
"We need women, strong women. Rachel knows this city and she lives here. She knows what Monroe County needs."
"Rachel has a passion for this city and its people that is unparalleled. I can think of no one better to represent us."
"Rachel is smart and she works hard. I support her."
"Rachel is from the city and invested in the city. She's there for the people."
"Rachel wants clean politics and no corruption. She's serious."
"Rachel cares. She honestly cares. We are blessed when we are visited by someone who cares so much."
"We love Rachel's dedication and hard work on the important causes that affect us all."
"We love seeing Rachel at our doors. In talking to her, it's so obvious she cares about the people in the neighborhood."
"I still have the card Rachel sent me a couple years ago thanking me for saying a prayer for her. She cares."
"I am voting for Rachel because I admire her tenacity."
"Rachel is so committed. We need her in the legislature."
"The reason I've been such a big supporter of Rachel's is her push for greater transparency at all levels of government."
"I love Rachel's passion for bringing forth the truth. I love her energy and she stands up for what is right."
"Rachel is meticulous and sincere. Those are values that mean something in a democracy."
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- Greece Town Hall
- Ogden Town Hall
- MCC Down Town Campus
- Penfield Town Hall
- Marketplace Mall
- Irondequoit Mall
- SUNY Empire State College
Dates and Times
- 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Sat. 10/26
- 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. – Sun. 10/27
- 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Mon. 10/28
- 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. – Tues. 10/29
- 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. – Wed. 10/30
- 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Thurs. 10/31
- 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. – Fri. 11/1
- 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. – Sat. 11/2
- 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Sun. 11/3
Rachel will prioritize the following issues:
- Expand access to early childhood intervention and child care services.
- Provide more oversight of county finances and enact a digital open records system.
- End tax breaks for luxury housing developments.
- Stop chargebacks for Monroe Community College that unfairly burden city residents.
- Explore using the county’s fiber network to bridge the digital divide and support businesses.
- Examine how to better support arts organizations.
What Does a County Legislator Do?
Twenty-nine Monroe County legislators make the laws and policies governing the 748,000 people in the county. Legislators are also responsible for approving the county budget. Monroe County performs critical functions in areas including human services, criminal justice, public safety, transportation, economic development and parks. County legislators are citizen-representatives who work in various professions.
The 21st Legislative District
Text or call 585-210-3246.