WALKING. WORKING. FOR WARD 4.

Erick Walker knows the story. He’s heard it before, and he knows you have too.
It’s the one where the politician makes a promise he won’t keep or breaks the promises we’ve been counting on.

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We Don’t Need Talkers.

WE NEED WALKER.

Ward 4 needs a councilperson who does more than talk. We need someone who listens.

NEW LEADERSHIP

Big ideas and the energy to see them through.

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ABOUT ERICK

A lifetime living in the city he wants to serve. 

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Learn more about this year’s election and make a plan to vote.

ENDORSEMENTS

Organizations joining the list of supporters of Erick’s campaign

The Plain Dealer: Erick B. Walker for Cleveland City Council Ward 4

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 ELECTION NIGHT  GATHERING

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2ND
 
Location: Alpha Educational and Leadership Development Center 
2820 East 116th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44120
7:00pm til 11:00 pm 

NEWS IN THE WARD

ERICK WALKER ADVANCES TO GENERAL ELECTION

Erick Walker, a lifelong Clevelander and activist who has worked to promote community strength through grassroots organizing and voter participation, has secured one of the top two spots in the September primary and will be on the ballot for the general election on November 2.

Meet the Candidates Forum

Saturday July 24, 2021
Register for the event or watch online
1 pm  – Doors open to meet and greet the candidates.
2-4 pm – Candidate Forum.

Ward 4 Candidate Rejects Probate Court’s Courting of Ward 4 Candidates to Succeed Ken Johnson

Cleveland Ward 4 Council Candidate Erick Walker, in a letter to the Probate Judge charged with appointing a placeholder for indicted and suspended Council member Ken Johnson, declined the court’s email invitation to candidates to apply for the position. “I am a firm believer in a democracy by and for the people,” Walker wrote. “Giving an unfair advantage—and the power of incumbency—to any unelected candidate contradicts my core beliefs and my reasons for running in the first place.”

Library Worker Erick Walker Wants to Elevate Resident Resilience in Ward 4 City Council Run

A longtime employee of the Cleveland Public Library has launched his candidacy for Cleveland City Council in Ward 4. Erick Walker, a Mt. Pleasant resident, will be one of at least a dozen candidates to replace multi-decade incumbent Ken Johnson, who was arrested by the FBI on corruption charges earlier this year but who retains his council seat — and who has pulled petitions for the current race — nevertheless. Read the full article at Cleveland Scene.

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