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Working to Protect
Santa Monica's Future.


 

"In these difficult times Santa Monica needs Ted Winterer to lead the city to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and to a brighter future."

-Congressman Ted Lieu

 

Preserving and Protecting Our Past
Preparing For Our Future

I’ve lived in Santa Monica for 28 years, am a proud father of two kids attending our public schools and have been honored to serve the voters as Councilmember over the last eight years.

I am proud to be endorsed by Congressman Ted Lieu, State Senator Ben Allen, Assemblymember Richard Bloom, and Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl.



Santa Monica is a great place to live, but we can make it even better by preserving and protecting our past and preparing for our future. I will work to:


  • Steer our city through a recovery from the economic and social impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
  • Address our most important challenge: further reducing homelessness, down 8% last year.
  • Build on last year’s 16% decrease in crime while reforming our police department to find cost savings and to assure racial justice.
  • Maintain our commitment to sustainability initiatives, including reducing our carbon footprint.
  • Protect our residential neighborhoods from commercial intrusions and overdevelopment.
  • Preserve existing housing to keep Santa Monicans in Santa Monica.
  • Maintain our diversity by protecting low-income tenants and seniors.
  • Improve mobility on our congested streets.
  • Incentivize adaptive reuse of our historic buildings.
  • Continue and enhance our commitment to education.
  • Assure a safe, reliable supply of local water.
  • Expand and improve Memorial Park and plan to convert our airport into a great park.
  • Support locally owned small businesses.
  • Assure the economic engine of our downtown thrives in a manner sensitive to community standards.

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