It is my pleasure to inform you that Equality NC will be endorsing your candidacy in the 2017 cycle. Congratulations! read more
Marikay has honorably served the citizens of Greensboro since elected in 2011. She is active and in touch with residents in all districts of the city and has done so with respect toward everyone she encounters. Her in-depth research on each and every item that comes before the City Council is one of the attributes people have lauded her for. Marikay is passionate about making sure that everyone has a voice throughout her time on Council.
Marikay has been diligent in seeking ways to improve Greensboro and make it an exemplary city for all of its residents. She collaborates and works with her fellow Council members and community groups to focus on what people need and want that makes their lives better.
Marikay seeks community input and responds to the residents in all Greensboro City Council districts. When an issue is critical to people who live here, Marikay is out front to help resolve problems. In addition, she leads the charge for new ideas that will benefit everyone in Greensboro.
The Greensboro Police Officers Association, and it’s 593 members will be endorsing your 2017 campaign for The Greensboro City Council. read more
Your candidacy for At-Large member of the Greensboro City Council has been endorsed by the 506 members of the Professional Fire Fighters of Greensboro. read more
Marikay is the hardest working elected official I have ever known.
Marikay is a true at-large candidate with an at large heart for all citizens of Greensboro. From walking neighborhoods or attending meetings, Marikay is determined to make a positive difference in the lives of the people she serves.
Marikay is a hard worker for our city. I worked with her on the Greensboro MPO. She came prepared, asked good questions and voted to move Greensboro’s transportation forward.
Marikay has my support for City Councilwoman At- Large!
As a council member, she has been supportive of the efforts in Northeast Greensboro. She has been a member of the Concerned Citizens of Northeast Greensboro for many years, is a member of the Citizens for Economic and Environmental Justice (CEEJ), an owner/member of the Renaissance Community Co-op and she has advocated for economic development in our city.