Jay also demonstrated his commitment to this community by not only listening but working very hard to respond to text messages, phone calls, emails, and in-person visits during the teacher walk-out. Jay recognizes his role as a community elected official is to seek betterment by valuing diverse voices, perspectives, and opinions.
Jay has long been an advocate for the investments in Oklahoma City known as MAPS, including MAPS 4. His focus is on making certain our neighborhoods, our streets, public safety, and our local parks, get the attention they deserve. Jay is proud of what our city has become and recognizes that our strength really comes from the relationships and sense of community OKC has – and that starts within individual neighborhoods.