Community & Business Experience, Sound Judgement, Diversity and Equality
A city is a reflection of its residents. Several communities operating like cogs in a antique machine, each with a specific function, to all work together. As the landscape of Phoenix, as well as the whole country, shifts so must how we manage our beautiful city.
I’m a community leader and philanthropist, recently recognized by the City of Phoenix Human Relations Commission and presented with the 2020 Living The Dream Award for my service to the community. I’m also a CEO of several successful non-profit corporations. In my professional life I’m an accomplished Electrical Engineer. Earning my Bachelor of Science degree from DePaul University in Illinois, with an advanced degree in the same concentration from Arizona State University. Finally I serve as Most Worshipful Grandmaster for the Prince Hall Masonic body of Arizona, it’s jurisdiction and foundations, by which our creed is faith, hope and charity. I’m not a politician but a humanitarian using the political arena to make a difference in our city. A difference based on a grass roots approach to affect all the residents of Phoenix. My platform is based upon the following:
Diversity– Access to resources of the city is a right of all Phoenix residents and the opportunity to access these resources should equally exist. Making it possible to utilize resources will assist in leveling the opportunities of the growth of our city.
Safety of the City– People deserve to feel safe in their homes and communities. It’s the City’s job to create this environment through transparency and accountability.
Appropriate Fund Disbursement – Government appropriated funds should be spent where they were intended. Especially funds disbursed for our residents in desperate need, such as our homeless for example.
Advocacy– I am and shall always be a voice for the people. I help fight for the rights of others where they can’t do so themselves. Once given the opportunity, I intend to be a voice for the residents of Phoenix with legislators. With education for example, the decisions regarding our schools and education funding are made on a state level. The vital future of our city, being our children, resides within our communities. We need to ensure we have representation and a voice present at this level to communicate the wants and needs of our growing communities.
Fair Housing– Housing should fit the need of the surrounding community. All families, of every age range and income bracket should have access to affordable and adequate housing.
I’ve been asked what do I stand for and the answer to that question is CHANGE. To see a difference in your neighborhoods, it requires CHANGE. For the economics of the city to improve, there must be a CHANGE. For the social equity of the city to begin to shift and equalize, there will need to be a CHANGE. To see a change you must first make a change!
Phoenix’s future is about more than just my ideas. It’s about all the hopes and dreams we have as individuals and collectively in this city. A CHANGE alone won’t make a difference if Phoenix as a community doesn’t provide itself with needed resources and vital tools by completing the Census and voting. By completing the Census you now open the opportunity to resources that can raise the quality of education for our children. Improve the roads in our neighborhoods and public transportation in our city. Voting is more than just selecting elected officials, it’s making decisions on bills, policies and amendments that affect you today and in your future. We must, at a minimum, not only begin but also continue to become a part of the equation by self-inclusion.
We must all move towards change. The world is doing so around us everyday. In this changing environment, what do you find you need? What do you see changing around you that you’d like me to become aware of?
Candidate for Mayor of Phoenix, AZ
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I’m Tim Seay, candidate for Mayor of the City of Phoenix, AZ
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