Mayoral Forum #3, PJ Star Questionnaire, & Campaign Updates - 2.1.21

Friends, we had a great weekend walking neighborhoods, despite some rain and snow. We continue to work on getting people to know more about Diaz for Mayor. We were blessed to be featured on the front page of the Peoria Journal Star this weekend with answers to some of the pressing issues facing the next Mayor and City Council. Please visit the Journal Star website for all the coverage, answers from other candidates, and check out my answers in the PDF below.

Candidate Questionnaire - PJStar - Diaz
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My video this week encourages everyone, please, GET OUT AND VOTE! As of this last Friday, less than 500 people have voted in the primary. In order to win, I will need everyone to not only vote, to also tell their friends, family and neighbors to get out and vote Diaz for Mayor.


In case you missed it, the Peoria Innovation Alliance hosted the 3rd Mayoral Forum this past week. Please take some time to hear what the candidates are saying. I continue to tell people, that when other candidates are talking about finding people to invest in our community, to move back into our heritage neighborhoods and make investment, I am that person! Let me use my experience and passion to make Peoria a better place to live, put down roots, and raise a family.


Coming this week, we will have another candidate forum, hosted by Strictly Hip Hop. It is being billed as a debate, tune in and see what happens when we actually discuss issues and request accountability, not just campaign slogans.


We are building momentum my friends! Our next get to know Diaz event is this Wednesday, please share the link or tell friends to log in via Facebook to pose questions or find out more about me as a candidate. You can click HERE to get directly to the event or on the image below.


I appreciate your support and please keep spreading the word, Diaz For Mayor!

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