If you believe in a future in which all can achieve, prosper and thrive, visit www.wehoTim.org (link in bio) to join the movement to diversify West Hollywood City leadership with a fresh perspective. This will not be easy. I have no name recognition however, I have a professional legacy of championing the most vulnerable among us. Vulnerable like that of children in foster care. 2010–2013, I reviewed potential foster and adoptive placements for the FL Department of Children & Families. It was such an honor to approve the first same-sex adoption in Manatee County, FL. — We have made history once already with our candidate filing. Are you ready to make history again? Bold unapologetically compassionate leadership at the local level is needed now more than ever. The politics of silent & indifferent cynicism will no longer due. The problems facing our creative city, like a lack of affordable housing, are far too important for there to have been no legislative agenda from city leadership since 2013. Why elect the same people to do nothing to effect change in our lives? No more. There is a combined 40+ of stellar service from City Council to date and I thank each of them. — Giving political voice to the shrinking West Hollywood working-class is a key component of my campaign. For too long have we stood by as over 1,000 residents were kicked out (during 2017, per an unnamed city official) due to our ongoing housing crisis. West Hollywood was incorporated to defend the dignity of individuals forgotten by the Reagan administration. The status quo of 1984 allowed the AIDS epidemic to ravage our community. The status quo of today is indifferent to the human rights failures present on our streets. The status quo will no longer due. It is time to provide WeHo residents with more affordable housing and drinking water free of toxic lead levels (CNN, 2015). West Hollywood stands tall among American cities; what we do here matters the world-over. If you think it is time to finally diversify city leadership, vote Timothy Williams for West Hollywood City Council on Election Day, 3/5/19. —TW • 📸 Photo by @simplystephen.