Campion will provide leadership on the Rochester City Council
Four years ago, the Post-Bulletin's Third Ward endorsement said the candidate should exhibit strong leadership on the council, and I feel we finally have that candidate in Nick Campion. Campion exhibits the rare trait of being able to redirect our natural Midwestern negativity and pessimism into a force for positive change. Campion wants to be a progressive champion of your issues.
As a lifelong resident, I've watched Charter Communications be one of the city's consistent pains. Campion has committed to exploring every opportunity to bring a first-class network to Rochester. Others on the council have been opposed to examining options, but Campion has been committed to finding a superior alternative.
The fact of technology employment in Rochester is job opportunities have slowly declined throughout the past decade. As a leader in a technology startup and deeply integrated into the tech economy, I feel Campion is uniquely poised to help Rochester become a shining example of employment diversity and opportunity in Rochester.
A common complaint is "Rochester is a great place to raise a family but boring for young professionals." Many of my young professional friends have left Rochester and report back how exciting their new home is. We need to evolve into a more vibrant, exciting community for everyone, and Nick Campion is poised to be the leader that helps us get there.