Medford City Councilor Adam Knight Announces Re-Election Bid
Touting Experience, Constituent Service, & Progressive Ideals that Shape Council Vice-President’s Commitment.
City Councilor Adam Knight announces his candidacy for re-election to the Medford City Council.
"I’m honored and privileged to have served the people of Medford since 2014, and I am humbled by their faith and confidence in me to represent their interests on the City Council. With the support of my wife Alison and sons Brendan and Ryan, I enthusiastically announce my candidacy for re-election to the Medford City Council. I remain as excited, energized and committed as my first day in office and look forward to running on my record of hard work, accomplishment, and leadership."
First elected in 2013, Adam has served in several leadership positions on the Council, culminating in his current role as City Council Vice-President. “Since day one, I have always focused on results, not rhetoric, and remain readily accessible, working every day to validate and reaffirm the trust the voters have placed in me,” said Knight.
Having been at the forefront of the unprecedented growth in our community Adam is recognized as a solid and unwavering supporter of working families. As a leading voice to establish Medford’s Wage Theft and Responsible Employer Ordinances, the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Ordinance, and Zoning Reform Adam remains focused on expanding educational opportunities, improving city-wide service delivery, fiscal accountability, and the long-term investment in modernizing our facilities, infrastructure, and business districts.
Councillor Knight knows we can create a Medford that works for everyone. In closing, he noted that “together, we have accomplished so much, but there’s still a great deal of work to be done. With the worst of covid hopefully behind us, the future looks bright indeed. As more and more people now look to Medford as the best place to live, work, and raise a family you have my commitment that I will continue to work every day to improve the lives of those in our community.”