Watch the special on TV station KLTV to learn why I'm running for Longview City Council Position 6 and to answer questions from the hosts on "local matters." While you can listen to my opponent in the first portion, my ask is you start at the 31:00 mark to hear what gets me excited about this community and why I want to serve Longview.
It was energizing to be a guest on KEDO Building Bridges to share more about why I'm running for Longview City Council Position 6. From how I want our economy to grow, to having a thriving and vibrant downtown. I share why I believe Longview Rocks and why I'm reinforcing Robert A. Long's vision as "Longview...the City of Magic."
A collection of letters to the editor from The Daily News, as well as candidate endorsement quotes and community members endorsing Angie Wean for Longview City Council Position 6.
I love this town and want others to know how amazing it is! I'm spreading the word that Longview Rocks, through fun, locally painted rocks. A huge thanks to the many volunteers painting rocks and then hiding them all over town
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a fun prize.
Go to https://www.facebook.com/electangie to post a picture of you and your rock. Also let us know where you found it.
Being active in my community and giving to others brings me great joy. I currently serve as Vice Chair on the Longview Public Library Foundation Board of Directors. I consider myself a "bathtub kid", having spent hours at the library as a kid, so it is a true honor to give back. In other communities I’ve lived, I’ve volunteered with homeless charities and spiritual organizations.
For the past 25 years, I have worked to lead cultural movements, change management efforts, and communications programs that build and implement strategy, and foster relationships and continuity on teams. My career has spanned the non-profit sector, providing opportunities for young adults, to current day at Microsoft, where I lead executive and employee communications for a global team.
As a member of the storied 1990 R.A. Long Volleyball State Championship team, I know what it takes to work as a team to achieve success. I want to bring this mentality to the City Council to ensure we are a team of people working together for the greater good – bringing our collective experiences to impact Longview.
Born and raised in Longview, the community provided me an incredible foundation and I am here to give back. As a councilperson, I will strive to ensure Longview thrives in new, purposeful ways – putting energy and care into building a better future for all.
Increase affordable housing, enhance our beautiful parks, adequately budget for well-maintained infrastructure, and promote creative, empathetic solutions to address our most challenging social matters.
Bringing business innovation and vitality to Longview is crucial. A local-first mentality where we attract fair-wage jobs that create career growth for our citizens is a top priority.
I will listen to all voices across the spectrum of race, class, gender, and political affiliation to listen and learn, represent, and positively impact our entire community. We need empathetic, purposeful problem solving that empowers our community and moves us forward through fair, effective policies and legislation.
Partnership with councilmembers, city staff, and residents is critical to designing the Longview of the future. We must provide for today and enable us to plan and build for a better tomorrow.
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