Thank you for your friendship through this campaign. Though I wasn't elected, I was encouraged by the support of so many thousands of people. I've said it often, and it's true: our city's greatest asset is our residents. Congratulations and good luck to Medford's newly elected officials.
Medford Election 2015
Thanks to all of my supporters!
Get the latest news from Chris and the campaign.
On the evening of Wednesday, October 7th I appeared at the City Council Candidates Forum organized by Medford resident Jay Campbell and held at City Hall.
Sunday was a beautiful sunny day. The city came together: cheering residents, marching bands, Dixieland musicians, kids blowing whistles, and much more.
On Wednesday, September 16th I spoke at Tufts University’s “Meet Your Candidates” night.
Many people have asked me what I would do on the City Council to improve the city’s basic maintenance services. Parks, school playgrounds, roads, snow clearing, and trash collection are all areas of concern.
To those who have been coming to my campaign visibilities, hosting coffees, telling neighbors – a big THANK YOU. I’ve said it before: Medford’s greatest asset is its residents.
At the invitation of the Medford Community Coalition, I made a video to introduce myself and the reasons I’m running. Please take a few minutes to watch. I welcome your comments and questions any time. I ask for your vote this year on November 3rd.
City Planner, Homeowner, Father and Husband
As a homeowner, a taxpayer, a parent of school children and a concerned resident of this city, I have decided to seek one of seven seats on the Medford City Council.