Elaine Wagner Files for Re-election

Incumbent Democratic Columbus City Councilwoman Elaine Wagner filed Thursday for a second term for District 2, the second Democrat to file for a city seat.

Wagner, a Columbus native, graduated from Columbus North High School and Indiana University-Bloomington with a degree in Marketing. She has worked for Cummins, Inc. since 2009, currently as an account manager in the company’s Engine Business Unit.

She was elected to the District 2 council seat in November 2015.

Wagner is a member of the United Way of Bartholomew County Board of Directors, the Columbus Parks Board and the Commons Board. She serves on the Columbus Incentive Review committee and co-chairs the Envision Columbus Implementation Committee.

  

Grace Kestler for City Council

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Why I’m running for City Council:

I believe in the power of citizen advocacy to make our city a welcoming, livable and workable place. As a native Columbus resident, I feel an obligation to preserve our heritage, while supporting growth and development for future generations. We need diverse representation within the city to ensure all unique voices are heard. With a variety of global, business and non-profit experiences, I believe I can represent our community to be the best yet.

 

Learn more about Grace's campaign at electgracekestler.com


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