Des Moines, IA – Carl Voss, current at-large Des Moines City Council Member, and community advocate, announced today that he plans to run for reelection in the November 7 Des Moines municipal elections.
“It’s been an honor to serve as the At-Large City Councilman over the past four years,” said Councilman Voss. “During that time, I’m proud that we’ve made great strides to make Des Moines one of the best places to live in the country. There is still much to be done, we need to make our city safer, improve its infrastructure, create a healthier environment for our citizens, and continue to make Des Moines more neighborhood-focused. That’s why I’m running for reelection to build off the progress we’ve made.”
About Carl Voss: Councilman Voss is a fifth-generation Iowan and has lived in Des Moines since 1971. He served as an interim City Council member in 2013 and 2014 and was elected to the At-Large Council seat in 2019. Carl is a former photographer and editor for the Des Moines Register, and a co-founder of the Des Moines Bicycle Collective. He and his wife, Susan, are among the first East Village residents, where they have promoted Shop Local and community-building initiatives. As a founding board member of the Historic East Village, Carl has worked since 2000 to create a safe, walkable neighborhood for residents, small businesses, and visitors. For more information about Carl, visit www.CarlVoss.com.