Walk Bike Transit is a political action committee working to ensure that candidates are aware of the importance of active transportation to healthy communities, as well as the constituency of voters to whom the issue is important.
Location: Chicago Metropolitan Area
Latest Activity: Dec 1, 2016
So here is the deal: This is a once in a generation election for the city of Chicago which means we need to come out strong...
We are working to organize coffees for Aldermanic and Mayoral Candidates (i.e. meet-and-greet events) at individuals homes (and occasionally) venues throughout the city. For the aldermanic's we are doing this on a ward-by-ward basis so that candidates can speak directly to constituents (i.e. People who can vote for them); and we are trying to limit these events to constituents to increase our impact accordingly. Unless of course you would be willing to write a check, in which case we don't care where you are from :) To find out what ward you live in, you can go to our website http://walkbiketransit.org, and click on What ward do I live in?
We are trying to set these up in as many wards as possible (all 50 if we can make it happen). So if you are interested in helping organize/host a coffee in your ward then the next step would be a conversation with me. We are also in the process of organizing for the mayoral candidates, which will of course be great for everyone to be involved in.
Thanks and wishing you all safe and warm riding,
-- Biking Rules. Spread the word.
Hi everyone,Please join us March 22 for a forum focused on walking, biking and transit in the 46th Ward. The two candidates - James Cappleman and Molly Phelan - will join us for what should be a very…Continue
Started by Margo O'Hara. Last reply by Margo O'Hara Mar 22, 2011.
We're working on a candidate forum. Our tentative date and location are as follows (pending confirmation from candidates that they're available and will attend): Tuesday February 1st at 8:00 p.m.…Continue
Started by Anne Alt. Last reply by Anne Alt Mar 12, 2011.
Does anyone have any thoughts on the election for City Clerk? Just asking because when I got my sample ballot it was the only contested position that I hadn't heard much about any of the candidates.Continue
Started by Cameron 7.5 mi. Last reply by Liz Feb 18, 2011.
Rahm has no visible agenda towards alternative transportation issues, but has a link to hear about our ideas. http://www.chicagoforrahm.com/home/Continue
Started by igz. Last reply by igz Feb 7, 2011.
If you live in Lincoln Square, Ravenswood, etc and are in Ward 47th there is an aldermanic forum tonight, February 15th at 7 PM at Dank House. Let's hear what the candidates have to say about biking and safe streets.
If anyone wants to meet for a drink or bite before or after message me
© 2008-2016 The Chainlink Community, L.L.C. Powered by
You need to be a member of Walk Bike Transit to add comments!