For Affordable Housing
Introduced and passed the Woodlawn Housing Ordinance to secure and expand affordable housing in the 20th Ward to ensure long-time residents can continue to live in their neighborhoods; working to pass the Accountable Housing and Transparency Registry ordinance with The Chi coalition
For Safe Communities
Currently, is fighting side-by-side with elected officials and Anjanette Young to pass the 'Anjanette Young' Ordinance that would stop no-knock raids; advocated for more funding for youth job programs in the city budget; supported violence prevention interrupters and programs for the 20th Ward
For Workers Rights
Fought for wage increases and protective equipment for frontline healthcare workers during the pandemic; advocated for a $15 minimum wage in Illinois; secured day care workers' right to childcare so they could perform their own job duties; have a long track record of supporting labor and workers
Alderwoman Jeanette B. Taylor is running for a second term on the Chicago City Council to continue representing and serving the people of the 20th Ward. She has a proven track record of fighting for and securing affordable housing; protecting and advancing workers rights; strengthening public schools; and, investing in youth programs and innovative public safety initiatives.
20+ Years of Leadership
20th Ward Alderwoman
" Fighting for the communities that we deserve. "
Jeanette B. Taylor
6636 South Cottage Grove Avenue Chicago , Illinois 60637