The tax on City electric bills that funds the City's municipalization efforts is due to expire the end of 2017. What is your position on renewing the tax in this election year?
Mirabai
Nagle

I’m running for Council because I care deeply about Boulder – the place where I was born and raised. I’m running because I believe better solutions need to be crafted, that can bring the community together rather than pushing it apart.

I represent a fresh perspective – as a younger candidate, a businesswoman, a Boulder native, a Gunbarrel (City of Boulder portion) resident, and a volunteer firefighter who deeply understands our emergency professionals who daily put their lives on the line for us. I’m also an affordable housing alumnus, who saved enough to eventually buy a home.

I straddle many worlds that don’t often intersect. This puts me in an excellent position to facilitate the elusive solutions Boulder really needs now. Rather than settling for winners and losers, our city can do better by working together. If elected, I’ll work tirelessly to create win-wins.