What Council President Hardin Stands For
Historically transportation policies divided communities – highways ripped through black and working-class neighborhoods and governments divested from public transit. Now is the time for a more equitable transportation system that provides access and choices to residents across our city, connecting folks to jobs and fighting climate change.
Fighting to protect Columbus families, workers, and small business owners. COVID-19 disrupted our lives in countless ways, costing many of us our jobs or, even worse, our loved ones. The best way to get our City moving again is to defeat this virus. To learn if you’re eligible for the vaccine, go to the State of Ohio’s COVID vaccine page.
Meet the team
Progress for Columbus
Council President Shannon Hardin, Lourdes Barroso de Padilla, and Nick Bankston can bring progress for Columbus.
Each candidate believes in the importance of affordable housing, safe neighborhoods, and good-paying jobs. Together Hardin, de Padilla, and Bankston form a strong and united City Council committed to progressive values.