When candidate filing ended for the City Council elections, I was the only candidate to file for ward 3. For the last 2 years, it’s been my absolute honor to take your voice to the council and make decisions that are best for all citizens in our small diverse community.
I’m grateful to have been given your confidence in me to serve you for another term as Vice Mayor.
Thank you - Adam
Hello – thanks for taking the time to learn more about my campaign! I am a lifelong Oklahoman from Moore. I attended college at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford and I moved to The Village because I loved the community feel right here in the heart of Oklahoma City. I currently run a local PR & Political Consulting firm (Bison Strategies) and most recently served as the Managing Director of 46 Creative, an OKC-based marketing and PR firm.
I often hear that my experience is far more extensive than you’d expect of someone my age. I was still in high school when I founded a non-profit organization assisting children in Oklahoma with serious medical conditions. After college I started working on local campaigns that turned into a business through which I've run various campaigns from statewide to local.
I was elected to the City Council in April of 2018 and at this time I’m the youngest ever to serve the city. The Village is home to a diverse community that deserves a supportive local municipal leadership that is accountable to and in touch with the community it represents. I am happy with the work the Council has done over the last couple of years and hope to continue to be a key contributor to the city.
Thank you for electing me to serve you on The Village City Council! I'm humbly asking for your vote to re-elect me on April 6th.
- Adam Graham
Investing in our neighborhoods
We must invest now in improving our neighborhoods by creating safe and attractive neighborhoods to raise your family. I'm proud of the work the Council has done to help increase and improve our current parks, while also adding new amenities such as splash pads, dog parks, biking and walking trails.
I firmly believe in making The Village a stronger community through improving the overall infrastructure by adding sidewalks, street lights, bike lanes and improving our roads. They not only ease the commute, but they also give our citizens multiple ways to travel safely. In 2017, the citizens of The Village passed its first-ever bond package called “The Village Vision” that will improve our streets and parks. I am happy with the work we've done so far implementing this new plan.
Public safety is key for any thriving city. We must continue to support our brave police and fire departments by giving them the tools they need to keep our families safe. I am proud to say I live in a city with such amazing first responders!