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Biographical Information

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Personal Biography I have a degree in Journalism and a minor in Political Science from Kansas State University. I've worked in television as a reporter and anchor before transitioning to marketing. I've worked at a variety of non-profits and currently hold a marketing position at small family-owned business. I'm married with two teenage children. I have an interest in running for office and I was recently appointed to the Clearwater KS City Council.
Campaign Phone (316) 250-4117
Campaign Email cagwalter@yahoo.com
Education B.S. in Broadcast Journalism from Kansas State University, Minor in Political Science
Community/Public Service Youth Entrepreneur's of Kansas First Christian Church Elder and Worship Chair
1. PROVIDE A HIGH QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALL ITS RESIDENTS: Continue to support activities and events that enhance the quality of life in Clearwater. Foster opportunities for residents to come together through programs and events and community gatherings as well as enhancing cultural leisure activities. 2. SPONSOR, SUPPORT AND PROMOTE EVENTS WITH COMMUNITY PARTNERS, MAINLY THE SCHOOL DISTRCIT: Working with the school district will pool resources and expand the scope of reach for potential residents of Clearwater. 3. CREATE A MARKETING PLAN TO ATTRACT MORE BUSINESSES AND PEOPLE TO CLEARWATER: A marketing plan would outline ways to reach potential businesses as well as families to encourage them to locate in Clearwater.
I have personally encouraged several women to run for office and become involved government, and will continue to do so. I fully support other minorities becoming involved in city operations, but Clearwater has a very small minority population so it's more difficult to achieve a truly diverse representation.
I generally do not support the privatization of government services.
Posting of the city minutes and publishing in the city newspaper. Encouraging city members to attend the board meetings is also helpful.
The City should take a leading role in ensuring it's citizens have access to affordable housing by monitoring the housing options available to new residents. The City should ensure there is a wide range of low income housing and rental properties available as well as access to accurate and easily attainable health information. The City should also encourage if not assist in local food pantries for those in need.
I feel that I will bring a unique perspective in that If I win my seat, I will be the only female on the board. Even if I'm elected, the board will not fully represent half the town's population - that being of the women in town - but it will be a step closer. I've also lived in Clearwater for 15 years and my children were raised here, so I embrace all that Clearwater has to offer families young and old. I hope to work to improve the town for future generations.