Say Yes to an Inclusive and Respectful Phoenix

Kevin PattersonCampaign Updates Comments

Today, the Phoenix City Council will be voting to change two street names in our City that have derogatory and offensive connotations for members of our diverse community. There is no room in Phoenix to have state sponsored words that bring back memories of violence, subjugation, and oppression for our Native and Black communities. We can do so much better … Read More

Statement on Healthcare and Congress

Kevin PattersonIssues Comments

Today, Senate Republicans released an out of touch, draconian, alarming health care proposal that threatens the progress we’ve made in providing affordable healthcare for record numbers of community members. It drives up costs, reduces benefits, and leaves our most vulnerable populations out to dry. That is not the America I believe in and it goes against my values as a … Read More

Say Yes to Inclusive Education

Kevin PattersonCampaign Updates Comments

Until Tuesday, Arizona allowed DACA recipients to pay in-state tuition for colleges and universities. That option was struck down by the Arizona Court of Appeals, in a decision that will skyrocket tuition prices for thousands of students in our state. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program recipients are undocumented people who were brought to the United States as … Read More

Kelli Butler Endorsement

Kevin PattersonEndorsements Comments

Kelli Butler has been such a kind friend to me throughout this entire process. She has been such a great advocate for this District this year in the Legislature, whether it’s fighting for education or for voting rights for citizens, but she knows she needs a partner in the Council’s office in order to create even more positive change. I … Read More

Happy Father’s Day

Kevin PattersonCampaign Updates Comments

On this Father’s Day, I want to share my personal story of how I became a dad, and how this decision has been the catalyst for my role in civic engagement. I grew up in a conservative, small community in New Mexico during the Reagan, Bush, and Clinton era. Politics was something we didn’t talk about at the dinner table, … Read More

Equality Arizona Endorsement

Kevin PattersonEndorsements Comments

Equality Arizona is an organization that fights for those who don’t have a voice, while also seeking to empower them with the tools to create progressive change. Their statewide reach and impact make them a force to be reckoned with. I am thrilled to have their support and stand for the rights of ALL people to live and love the … Read More

Dr Eric Meyer Endorsement

Kevin PattersonEndorsements Comments

Eric has spent his entire career advocating for our most vulnerable communities and championing positive change for our District. To have the support of someone with such a long, positive and full record of achievement means the absolute world to me and our campaign.

Katie Hobbs Endorsement

Kevin PattersonEndorsements Comments

Katie is a personally dear friend, she is also a lifelong advocate for ensuring equal treatment for marginalized communities and a woman of unquestionable integrity. Thank you for your support, Katie. I won’t let you down.

Say Yes to Responsible Growth

Kevin PattersonCampaign Updates, Issues Comments

Say Yes to Responsible Growth

We are so excited to share some of the policy issues we will be talking about during this campaign. Away from all of the politics, campaigns have to remember that they are about creating a vision for public policy that best serves the community. One of the major issues we are talking about in this race is responsible growth & … Read More

Say Yes to Cost Effective Housing

Kevin PattersonCampaign Updates, Issues Comments

Say Yes to Cost Effective Housing

One of the pillars of the American Dream has always been the ability for a family to find and own a home, placing real roots in their community. My Husband David & I were able to do this in North Central Phoenix, and it has been one of the greatest investments we have made. The Phoenix City Council is responsible … Read More