I'm Elizabeth Ojeda-Jiménez and I'm running to represent you as Alderman of Berwyn's 4th Ward. I am also a teacher, a proud elected member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee for the Illinois Education Association, Vice-President of Berwyn South District 100 School Board, and Co-founder of Berwyn Community Action, a grassroots collective of community residents fighting for immigrant, racial, and social justice.
The City of Berwyn is divided into 8 legislative districts, or wards. In each ward, residents elect an Alderman to represent your interests.
Aldermen serve 4-year terms on Berwyn's City Council, and together we work as the legislative body for the city, making decisions on behalf of all residents.
If you live in Berwyn’s 4th Ward, you can elect me to represent you in February 2021.
Berwyn's City Council members make policy and budget decisions that affect your life every day.
From property tax rates and city ordinances to construction approvals, and the services available to you, the Council decides how your tax dollars are spent.
Voting is your chance to help make a difference in our community, and every vote counts.