Teacher. Speaker. Activist.
An Independent Voice.
I decided to run for alderman of the 46th Ward because I believe strongly that our community needs and deserves principled, progressive leadership that can stand up for all its residents and ensure the 46th Ward is a place where we ALL can thrive.
For too long, we’ve been represented by an alderman who puts the interests of big corporate developers, wealthy campaign donors, and Mayor Emanuel ahead of the very real needs of the 46th Ward’s residents.
I’ve spent my career standing up for progressive values. Whether it was speaking out against the Emanuel administration’s egregious misspending of $55 million that were meant for CPS on private interests; or fighting back against the 50 school closings that devastated so many communities, including our own, I’ve always tried to do what’s right for Chicagoans.
I’m rooted in my values because of my upbringing and my family. I come from a working class family--my father was a public school teacher for 38 years, and my mother worked office jobs. At a young age, I was taught to look out for others who may not be able to stand up for themselves. This has been my life’s mission.
We can do better—through compassionate, responsible, principled leadership. I will bring that leadership to our ward and to City Council.
*Paid for by Friends of Erika Wozniak. A copy of our report filed with the State Board of Elections is (or will be) available on the Board's official website (www.elections.il.gov) or for purchase from the State Board of Elections, Springfield, Illinois. Contributions to Friends of Erika Wozniak are not tax deductible.