Our Local Issues
Kansas City is a better place to live and work than it was a generation ago. But there’s still a lot of work to do. Quinton knows the changemakers and understands the uniqueness of every neighborhood on a personal level. He approaches local issues from a local perspective. He’s from the city, he's part of the city, and he’s for the city.
Ensuring every family has a good-paying job as well as a home where they can safely raise a family on a budget is a top priority.
That’s why Quinton works with developers and civic leaders to put incentives in place to produce homes that every Kansas Citian has a chance to call home.
Quinton brings together the community, law enforcement, and civic leaders to strengthen ties and open the lines of communication that make our neighborhoods safer.
Rejuvenating or removing abandoned buildings can eliminate the space where crime begins.
A transparent and collaborative government will improve effectiveness through increased communication between citizens and government officials.
We want flexibility, but we also want to know what we are binding the city to, potentially for years to come.
developing our city
In times of economic growth, it becomes increasingly important to be strategic about how taxpayer dollars are invested so we can capitalize on opportunities and benefit every Kansas Citian, no matter where they live.
Quinton will take a forward looking approach to improving infrastructure and connecting people to businesses and entertainment.