As City Clerk Eduardo will focus on increasing services, advocating for more transparency, and increasing civic engagement. His experience as Deputy City Clerk will allow for services such as passports and real estate transfer stamps to return into the City Clerk's Office. His strong collaborative working relationships with city staff and City Council members will help promote stronger transparency and ensure there is an equitable process in conducting city business.
Most importantly, the partnership he has developed over the years with organizations and leaders from the Evanston community will ensure there is a measurable plan to increase civic engagement and participation from Evanston residents. He will work closely to ensure that our undeserved members of our community are brought to the table to help end the marginalization and disenfranchisement they have felt over the years.
If we are to pride ourselves as a progressive city, we must ensure that everyone has a seat at the table. We must works towards becoming a more equitable, inclusionary, welcoming city for all.