For years now, Charlotte leaders have said improving economic mobility is the Queen City’s mission. Too many of our neighbors have been living with the realities of segregation and intergenerational poverty because of our current systems, institutions, and policies. The solutions haven’t been big enough, and the divide in our community continues to grow.
That’s why Chad Stachowicz is proposing the Queen New Deal: a comprehensive policy plan to increase economic mobility in every neighborhood.
It’s time to think big and be bold, Charlotte.
I am running for Charlotte City Council At Large because I love Charlotte, and I’m running a campaign that’s rejecting special interest money. If elected, I’ll focus on housing affordability, transportation, fiscal responsibility, and public safety.
I am the CEO of a local tech company, Cloverhound, and I’ll bring my entrepreneurial and budgetary experience to council.
I live in the Cameron Wood neighborhood with my wife Kat, my daughters Penelope and Norah, and three hound dogs. My most important job is as a father, and I’m running because I want my daughters to grow up in a city where anything is possible for them.