Taylor Stevenson is ready to lead
Taylor Stevenson’s energy, loyalty, and integrity are values many of us appreciate. His service to our community has been and will continue to be invaluable.
Taylor worked tirelessly for the Vote Yes Yes Campaign last fall. While working on the campaign he sought better education for students in ISD 181; he also sought an opportunity to educate citizens about our collective future. He worked for months to support the campaign and its team of community members. What felt most impressive was his ability to organize talented people to volunteer and mobilize their efforts for the good of all. Surrounded by community leaders, he contributed fresh ideas and new energy; this undoubtedly supported the success of the campaign last November and will benefit the students in our schools and members of our community for years to come.
I’ve come to know him as an incredibly hard worker for the public good. Taylor has worked for various causes to support the health of our community - not just for personal gain. He facilitated community discussions and an awareness campaign regarding poverty. He has contributed more to this community in the past few years than some people will over the course of a lifetime.
Taylor Stevenson’s energy and commitment are exceptional. In a local school, I’ve seen him squeeze toothpaste on pre-school students’ toothbrushes. I’ve seen him mentor high-school athletes on and off the field. I’ve seen him organize community members and work side-by-side with them. He is not afraid to roll up his sleeves and get down to business. He is ready to represent the true issues we face as a community.