Who I am
Lindsay Lemmer grew up in Madison, is a Madison City Council member and an effective advocate for the people she represents. On the City Council, she represents a rapidly growing area on Madison’s east side. Lindsay also serves on Plan Commission, the Board of Health for Madison and Dane County, the Board of Health Budget Committee, Public Market Development Committee, and Housing Strategy Committee. Lindsay’s commitment to public service is extensive. A longtime member of the National Organization for Women (NOW), she has served as the president of the Wisconsin chapter and prior to that as the Madison chapter president. As the leader of communications efforts for the Dane County Voter ID Coalition, a team of groups led by the League of Women Voters and the NAACP, Lindsay led outreach efforts to help people register and vote. Lindsay has a Masters of Business Administration from Edgewood College and received her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2005. She and her partner Adam Hills-Meyer live in the Heritage Heights neighborhood on Madison’s eastside.
Why I am Running
I’m running to prioritize the issues that matter to the people I represent and to find solutions that make their lives better and our community stronger. I will work to secure our future by investing in education at all levels and by protecting our clean water and air. I will advocate for building an economy that works for everyone, and I will stand up for our values by working with Governor Evers to restore workers’ rights, and fighting for fair maps.
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