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City/Town City of Flint - 9th Ward
Education Eva graduated from the University of Michigan-Flint with high honors in 2004 with a BA in Education. She received her Master’s degree in Education from Marygrove College in 2007.
Experience Eva has taught math and social studies to grades 7-12 for 13 years and has participated in lobby activism supporting education in Lansing.
Community Involvement Eva is a mother of two small children and keeping the city safe and the water clean is her top priority. Ms. Worthing also believes in quality education, community development, and governmental accountability and transparency. If elected, Eva will fight to make sure that the voices of Flint City residents are heard. She will tirelessly work to support the needs of our community.
Campaign Message With the recent water crisis, residents know now more than ever that who is on the council matters. I am running for the 9th Ward’s City Council because the Council matters to our City’s quality of life and its future. I am extremely vested in representing my ward and the issues that matter most to them. I have a new vision for Flint and the passion to make that vision a reality.
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