Casey Curry for Houston City Council
“Where Leadership and Community Weather All Storms Together.”
Now more than ever, we need a Houston City Councilmember who will consider climate change, disaster preparedness and weather into every policy decision facing our region.
The time is now to plan the future of our city for our children. We must acknowledge our current climate situation and continue to invest in efforts to mitigate future impacts on our city.
I’m ready to roll up my sleeves and do the hard work representing every Houstonian as your next member of Houston City Council. I’m counting on your vote to help Houston prepare to weather the next storm.
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Many of you know Casey as a meteorologist and television personality. From Hurricane Ike to Hurricane Harvey, numerous winter storms and everything in between – Casey was the trusted expert for many Houstonians during our region’s extreme weather events.
She recently entered the corporate world and works in philanthropy and communications.
Casey is also a wife and mom. She and her husband Carl are proud parents to nine-year-old Winnie.
Her whole life was a bit of an adventure. Her dad was in the Army…so the family traveled and moved around a lot! Casey was born in Panama and became a U.S. citizen when she was a teenager. She attended nine elementary schools growing up, including one in Germany.
Passion For Service
Flooding & Storm Resilience
As a former meteorologist, I am uniquely qualified to advocate at the local, state, and national levels and find innovative solutions for all Houstonians.
I will prioritize recruiting and retaining more police officers, firefighters, and paramedics. We must ensure our first responders have the resources they need to serve and protect our community.
Economic Development & Workforce of the Future
That means finding solutions to address the current mismatch between employer needs and the skills of current job seekers. But it also means changing the way we think about education for our youngest Houstonians, like partnering with our friends in labor to find creative solutions to train our workforce with skills that can lead to lifelong careers, with fair wages and solid benefits.
We must work together to combat the barriers to the economic vitality of our city:
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