Cook for Vestavia Hills City Council

Leading Progress, Serving People


A Leader When You Need One

On August 23, 2016, the citizens of Vestavia Hills turned out in record numbers to support me for City Council, Place 2. I worked hard to get your vote not because I deserved it, but because I wanted the opportunity to earn your trust. I demonstrated my commitment by knocking on more than 2,000 doors in our city to meet you and share my message of community engagement and transparency.

Over the last four years, I have continued to work hard, to earn your confidence in my ability to lead progress and serve the people of Vestavia Hills. My record shows I have made your voice stronger by asking smart questions. I have been a leader in bringing greater transparency to city government. I have been a leader when you needed one.

In this campaign season, the public health situation prevents me knocking on doors, but I point to my record and qualifications. I am the city councilor who invested the time to earn my Certified Municipal Official designation, by taking 40 hours of Alabama League of Municipalities training so I could better understand how city government works. I always answer emails, listen carefully to concerns and dig to get the information that brings transparency to city government. I lead people to bring about their own positive change.

So, please talk to your neighbors. Listen to business owners. Watch videos of council meetings to hear how I serve you by asking the tough questions. I do the homework and work to illuminate truth. Find out for yourself how I have worked tirelessly to make our community a better place to live.

I ask for your vote on August 25, because I want to lead progress and serve you for another four years.