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I want to be your next Takoma Park City Council representative. As the President of the New Hampshire Gardens Community Association, I learned that it takes residents and city staff working together to get things done in Ward 6.

I want to listen and learn from ALL Ward 6 residents about what we need  to improve our community.

Vote for me on November 7, 2017. Together, we can create the change needed to Move Ward 6 Forward.

News

Monday, October 23, 2017 11:00 PM

Watch Talisha Searcy Address the Issues at the Takoma Voice Candidate Forum

Watch the Ward 6 debate hosted by the Takoma Voice! This provides a great opportunity to see Talisha Searcy and her opponent Jason Small address the issues that are important to Ward 6. 


Monday, October 2, 2017 12:00 AM

This election brings the highest number of female candidates in Takoma Park history

TAKOMA PARK, Md. - Campaigns in Takoma Park are ramping up their efforts as Nov. 7 approaches, and this year's ballot is turning heads.

Before this election, the highest number of female candidates on the ballot for city council and mayor was three, according to city records that date back to 1964.

This year doubles that number, as residents will see six female candidates on the ballot.

Six female candidates and five male candidates: a make-up many say shouldn't be unusual in any community but especially not in one frequently dubbed progressive.

"I was a little surprised at the fact that there isn't much of a longstanding history, but I'm excited about the possibility of getting the ball rolling and seeing that change as we move in the future,” said Talisha Searcy, Ward 6 candidate.

Many on the ballot share Searcy's excitement, saying a larger female presence in politics will serve the community well.


Wednesday, September 13, 2017 6:00 AM

Talisha Searcy Nominated for Ward 6 City Council Position

Dozens gathered in Takoma Park’s Community Center Tuesday evening to nominate City Council and Mayor candidates for the upcoming election in November.

To qualify for candidacy, residents must be nominated and seconded by the nominating caucus made up of qualified Takoma Park voters.

“I think this is one of the most exciting parts of our government,” Takoma Park City Manager, Suzanne Ludlow, said. “You get to hear a variety of people speak and so you get to hear the different tone of candidates from their groups.”

Read the full story.


Committee to Elect Talisha Searcy
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