Candidate for Chicago City Council

About the Candidate

Name: Otis Davis Jr.
DOB: Nov. 10, 1949
Family: Three sons and one daughter
Occupation: Director of New City Wholistic Community Development
Political Experience: I was elected to serve on the local school councils since its origin in 1988. I was elected as president of Curie High School for 10 of those years.

Candidate Statement

Hello, my name is Otis Davis. I’m a candidate for Alderman of the 15th Ward! I’ve lived in the 15th ward for a majority of my life; I know the needs of the community. My plan is to empower and uplift the communities of the 15th ward by bringing them together on one accord to create a means of; affordable housing, better mental health services for our youth, increased employment, and putting an end to community violence. I know the value of everyone working together to facilitate change. I’m asking my neighbors in the 15th ward to work with me to invoke that growth and change for all residents. Follow me on Facebook at “Otis Davis Jr for 15th Ward Alderman” Twitter “@otisdavis15” or Instagram “friends of Otis Davis” for more information. If you live in the 15th ward make sure you’re registered to vote and on February 26th vote Davis, to help US win!

Candidate Q&A

What is your vision for this office?

Save community from gun violence

Economic development

Job creation and training

Elective school board

Safe passage and after school programs

What is the most pressing issue facing constituents, and how can you help address it?
  1. Help to curb gun violence through job creation and training.
  2. Establish economic development and after school programs.
  3. Establish a neighbor advisory committee to implement programs and identift areas of improvement in the community.