Volunteer with Kobak for Council!
Peter wants to involve more Peorians, especially those who are disengaged from the political process, to take part in building a vision for the city that will make Peoria a place people are proud to be from and excited to move to.

I’m a millennial Peorian who believes City Hall can and should set an aspirational vision for a community rooted in equity, human rights, civic engagement, and sustainability. I’m a first-generation American whose parents struggled against and escaped an oppressive government in Poland and built a life for themselves in the Midwest. I’ve worked in the private and non-profit sectors, and in government, most recently as an Innovation Consultant in Peoria’s City Hall. I earned my masters degree studying human rights and fought for them when I worked for an advocacy organization that pursued criminal justice reform.

When I moved to Peoria, I met many people who were proud Peorians working hard to improve their community, but too many who had given up hope for the City. Many people I met have moved away, searching for opportunity elsewhere. I saw it wasn’t just those that I met, but that the City was shrinking in population, losing hundreds of people per year. Now, I want to fight for a vision for the City that will keep Peorians here and inspire pride in all of us.

I believe in immediate action to improve the lives of my neighbors, but I also know that the biggest change often comes by building a coalition over many years. I hope you'll consider working on this campaign!


Email address *
First Name
Your answer
Last Name
Your answer
Your answer
Your answer
Have you worked on a political campaign before?
Why are you interested in helping with the campaign?
Your answer
Best days/times for you to help out? Check all that apply.
How would you like to help the team? Check all that apply.
What local issues do you care most about? What policy stances/values/ideas would make you most excited to work on this campaign?
Your answer
Anything else you want us to know?
Your answer
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This content is neither created nor endorsed by Google. Report Abuse - Terms of Service