The act comes ahead of November city elections and will last into the 2024 presidential race.
The council is working to allocate COVID-19 relief funding and to address restorative justice. And city elections are on the horizon.
Although elections are not until November, Wojahn has already begun developing policies for the term that will address issues the College Park community is facing.
It's time for Biden to pursue structural change to ensure all voters' voices are counted.
The ordinance would allow the council to change the election's date and deadlines for individuals to file and withdraw their candidacy.
Minors can donate to campaigns or work a phone bank.
"Having more people vote, particularly at a local level ... is super important."
In-person voting will take place at the College Park Community Center.
Laffin will be assuming the office of current GSG President Annie Rappeport.