November 18, 2017

Seth is ready for Election Day. Are you?

This is going to be a very close race. Every single vote will make a difference.  We need you to get everyone you know to the polls today to vote for Seth.  Polls opened at 7:00 am and will remain open until 8:00 pm.  Click here for voting information. If you can help out at all today, drop by 825 …

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November 17, 2017

“Jay Banks already owes political favors, ” says Catherine Love.

Former Opponent Catherine Love is supporting Seth Bloom because Seth will shine a light on corruption and hold his other colleagues on the council accountable.  There will be no pay-to-play politics. On the other hand, his opponent Jay Banks has already called in too many political favors on the campaign trail. We need a council member who is accountable to people, …

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November 16, 2017

School Board Presidents weigh in on Seth Bloom’s “real” record.

Four School Board Presidents agree that the choice is clear in District B. Anyone involved in education reform in New Orleans knows it has been a long, hard battle.  As current and former Orleans Parish School Board members and Presidents, we agree that we could never have accomplished what we have without the strong commitment and leadership of fellow past …

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November 16, 2017

The choice for District B is clear.

A strong Independent Voice for the citizens of District B, or someone that represents the politics of the past…the choice is clear. And as we get closer to election day, the difference is even clearer. Seth Bloom earned a solid record of honesty and reform on the Orleans Parish School Board.  His opponent  (Jay Banks) is the Political Operations Director of …

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November 9, 2017

Seth Bloom on short-term rentals

Dear District B Voters, Let me be clear:  My first priority will always be to protect neighborhoods.  The proliferation of short-term rentals has decimated some neighborhoods, artificially inflating the long-term rental market and driving out locals from our community.  What they have become is a far-cry from what the Council originally intended – allowing homeowners to supplement their income. As …

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November 9, 2017

Someone on the inside talks about Seth Bloom

For months Dr. Andre Strumer has talked to his fellow New Orleanians, listening to their stories and struggles, needs and concerns, and hopes and frustrations. That’s what motivated him to run for office.  During the primary campaign, he grew to know Seth as a friend- someone fiercely dedicated to public service and who shared the same desire for making New …

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November 8, 2017

A Message from Dr. Catherine Love on Seth Bloom

As a wife, mother and former candidate, Dr. Catherine Love brings a different perspective to the table. During the campaign she championed women’s issues, like childcare and equal pay.  Over the past 7 months Catherine and Seth listened to each other and have really gotten to know one another. She knows Seth will be an independent voice, someone who will …

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November 3, 2017

“This is not about how Black you are or how White you are. It is about doing the work of the people. Seth Bloom walks the walk.”

After campaigning for months with the other candidates for District B, Eugene Ben-Oluwole gives his sincere and insightful reasoning for endorsement of Seth Bloom.  He sees Seth as a friend with genuine concerns for the larger community, someone that will not be controlled by any group or organization.  As an architect and environmentalist, Eugene realized the need for a councilperson …

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November 2, 2017

Seth Bloom – An Independent Voice for District B

The problems we face in our city – like crime, streets and drainage – continue to escalate because no one wants to take responsibility for addressing them. We must have elected officials with the independence to stand up and make tough decisions against the political status quo. Old-school political machines are what I fought and won against to balance the …

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October 31, 2017

Seth Bloom receives the endorsement of three primary opponents

Three primary opponents, Eugene Ben-Oluwole, Catherine Love, and Andre Strumer, have endorsed Seth Bloom for New Orleans City Council District B. “Through this campaign I have gotten to know and respect these individuals very much. They are all deeply committed to improving our city and having earned their trust and support means a lot to me.” said Seth Bloom. “We …

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