Your Ward 2 neighbors and Burlington leaders are excited about Max’s re-election campaign for city council. The following people and Ward 2 business owners want you to know why they support Max.
“Max Tracy is exactly the kind of city councilor we have needed for Ward 2. He is passionate about equity for all Burlingtonians and he is proud of living in the O.N.E. Max has engaged with the residents of our neighborhood with authenticity and action. Further, he champions the core values of our community justice, accountability, and respect on the city council.”
– Llu Mulvaney-Stanak, School St., Community Activist & Former Outright VT Executive Director
–Kate Van Wagner, School St., UVM MSW Candidate
“As a community gardener for the past 27 years, I am proud to have city councilor who promotes community gardens in Ward 2. I am happy to know that Max is very supportive of the local food movement.”
– Wendy Coe, St. Louis St.
Burlington Area Community Garden Advisory Board President,
Co-Founder of Peace & Justice Center,
Former President of Center City Little League
“Max has done a great job on the City Council. We need Councilors who are bright, think for themselves, and know the neighborhood issues. Max scores on all three.”– Vermont State Senator Tim Ashe, (P/D) Chittenden County, Former two-term Burlington City Councilor.
“Since I met Max, he has consistently been working to improve the quality of life for people in this wonderful city. He has 100% of my support because he takes people’s concerns seriously and works tirelessly to create positive change in Burlington.”
“I asked for the opportunity to endorse Max (again!) because I think that he is well-positioned to take on the city’s current issues. Having lived in the Old North End for years now and represented us since 2012 on the council, he is very much aware of the both the joys and the challenges that this neighborhood provides. Max understands the problems of crime, the efforts of small businesses, the need for affordable housing, and the desires of people who work hard every day to make ends meet. In addition, working at UVM allows him to appreciate both the benefits and struggles of having three universities within the city limits.