His platform addressed rebuilding the city’s economy in the wake of COVID-19 by creating a physical jobs center, providing basic healthcare coverage for vulnerable residents and lower wage workers and appropriating $10 million to each of the city’s seven districts to allow council members to directly address community needs.

His platform also includes an approach to end the city’s homeless crisis by expanding non-profit partnerships, funding restoration of parks and green spaces and establishing “progressive, dedicated revenue tied to meeting housing and cleanup goals.”