Fundraiser starts with fun

I held my first fundraiser, Bubbles and Cupcakes, on Sunday and we had so much fun. The NC weather couldn’t have been better and attendees had some really great questions of council candidates and electeds that attended. Some key takeaways included: This municipal election is VERY important. We need more like-minded individuals on council toContinue reading “Fundraiser starts with fun”

Family-friendly Gathering

Please join us for Cary Town Council District C Candidate Amanda Murphy’s Family-Friendly Campaign Get Together (cupcakes and bubbles!) Special guest: Maria Cervania, Wake County Commissioner running for House District 41  Sunday, April 10, 2022 4:00 – 6:00 pm  108 Steep Bank Drive Cary, NC 27518  Contribute securely here, or checks can be made payableContinue reading “Family-friendly Gathering”

What do I mean by transportation…

I’ve read through the Town of Cary Environmental Advisory Board’s “Carbon Reduction Recommendations” linked here a couple of times now. I love their section on Transportation that I’ve included below, this language aligns with my values and what I would love to get accomplished once elected. Transportation Vision: Cary should be a leading example ofContinue reading “What do I mean by transportation…”

Candidate for Council Session

Last night ONE Wake hosted an early session with candidates for Cary Town Council to, “discuss the need for more affordable housing in Cary, and to hear their reactions to the proposal to create a Penny for Housing initiative.” It is honestly so weird watching yourself on video, especially when you know you were nervousContinue reading “Candidate for Council Session”

Public Speaks Out

I decided to share with you lovely folks my exact comments at Public Speaks Out. And here is the video if you want to watch it live at the September 23 meeting of Cary Town Council. Around 29 minutes I’m called forward to speak. FYI, we only have three minutes in the Public Speaks Out portion of the meeting. I was shaking in my boots but luckily you can hardly tell. This moment felt like a big deal in the work I’ve been doing since January to research and educate myself on how I can make positive change in my community. 

I support ONE Wake

I had the opportunity to meet with ONE Wake last week for both an internal assembly with more than 150 attendees, and a one-on-one conversation with leadership to learn more about this crucial organization working in our community. They commented that housing affordability is going to be THE issue in the upcoming election and that they are pushing for a Penny Tax for Cary.