Simi Valley’s government displays a lack of commitment and integrity, and manages our city with out-of-date perspectives. Mary wants to hold our leaders accountable, create a government that’s progressive and welcoming, and meet the needs and essential services of our city using new ideas.
Simi Valley’s elderly are struggling to meet the high cost of living while surviving on a fixed income. Mary wants to build a government that values its older population and to make sure no one is left behind.
Simi Valley has difficulty retaining our youth. Mary wants to make housing more affordable and create more recreational activities. She wants to prioritize entrepreneurship to generate jobs and business opportunities.
Simi Valley is a business ghost town. Mary wants a functioning mall, more business entities, and infrastructure without roads and bridges in disrepair.
Simi Valley’s government is dysfunctional. Mary wants to bridge the gap and unify our leaders toward a common goal: putting Simi Valley’s people first.