August 5, 2018 Learn more about me and why I should be your choice on August 7! https://www.clickondetroit.com/all-about-ann-arbor/getting-to-know-ann-arbor-city-council-candidate-graydon-krapohl July 30, 2018 It is the last week before the primary election. This primary election is important to all residents of Ann Arbor because it is about our future and not retreating to some idealized past that never existed. The election is about leadership and vision. Positive leadership that inspires us to move forward and into a better future for us all. A vision based in optimism and rooted in our shared aspirations and values as a community. One where Ann Arbor remains a vibrant, inviting, and inclusive community for all. This election is about our future. Please remember to vote on August 7! Your vote matters.
May 2018 My kick off event was held on May 24 at Morgan and York at 1928 Packard. It was a was a great success! Thank you to our host and all those who attended that made it such a success!
April 2018 19 April My petitions are turned in and signatures verified!
15 April An article that outlines the difference between me and my opponent in the democratic primary. Besides the fact that he is a republican running as a democrat, I think that a clear understanding of the issues, experience, temperament and judgement are important considerations when electing a public servant. http://www.mlive.com/…/…/ex-gop_delegate_challenging_de.html
12 April Thank you to the Ford School and students for hosting this forum. It was a great opportunity to discuss the issues. Here is the 60 second version of why I am running: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HsxDdyyft28
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