Emily Koski is running for Minneapolis City Council Ward 11.
Ward 11 includes Diamond Lake, Hale, Keewaydin, Page, Northrup, Tangletown, Wenonah, Windom, and Field.
Koski is a lifelong Minneapolis resident, a small-business owner, a community leaderand advocate, as well as a wife and mother. Koski is running for Minneapolis City Council because she believes the community wants to be seen and heard, and she is here to listen.
Koski is the daughter of Al Hofstede - former City Councilmember of the 3Ward 3, Chairperson of the Met Council, and two-term Mayor of Minneapolis. Hofstede viewed his time in office as acommitment to make Minneapolis a better place for all its people, a commitment to listen, learn, and lead with heart. Koski is running to be city councilmember of the 11th Ward to make the same commitment to her community.
“Every one of us wants to be seen and heard. We want a sense of belonging. Leaders need to be active members of the community and should bring all the voices of their community to the table. I will commit to building partnerships with our community so that we can work together to achieve our goals. I am here to build trust and listen to each and every member of our community,” said Koski.
Koski’s campaign priorities include making communities safe, fighting for justice and equity, supporting businesses, creating affordable housing, sustaining our environment, and increasing accessibility. It is a community-centered campaign focusing on making sure that individuals are seen and heard.
Learn more at www.emilykoskiformpls.com.