The Wendy’s at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Nelson Road is the only restaurant in the Shepard neighborhood in North Central Columbus. It’s one of the things Columbus City Council candidate Tiffany White has witnessed the effect of in her neighborhood. And as a member of the North Central Area Commission, those problems are […]
Since 2016, Yes We Can has promoted a progressive platform in the City of Columbus. The group says it represents working families, and is pushing policies for more affordable housing, $15 minimum wage, and implementing a ward system, among other issues. The group is currently endorsing three Columbus City Council candidates for the upcoming election […]
For the last few months, we’ve been working to identify candidates for school board and city council who align with our Yes We Can values—values like free and fair democracy. We’ll soon be putting these candidates up for an endorsement vote by our membership. We originally planned to ask our membership to vote on our […]
Columbus City Council has agreed to delay the vote on Mayor Andrew Ginther’s proposed $12,707.79 campaign contribution limit. The decision came after last week’s public hearing, where voters voiced opposition to the limit and to the rushed nature of the proposal. No one spoke in favor of the limit. “If you pass this proposal, Columbus […]
Curious about what Yes We Can is all about? Miss hanging out with us? Come join us for coffee shop hours! We’ll be there to talk about anything and everything Columbus. Look for the Yes We Can sign on our table!
Come hang out and learn more about Yes We Can, our vision for a stronger Columbus, and our plans for the future! Whether you’re a committed volunteer or totally new, our membership meetings are open to any and all. Plus, free pizza! More about us: We’re a group of grassroots volunteers fighting to make Columbus […]