As a current alderman of Ward 3, Abraham serves citywide on the Cleveland Police Committee. He also works on the Parks and Recreation Committee and serves as advisor to the Cleveland-Bolivar County Animal Shelter.
“My prayer is that the citizens of Ward 3 will look at my four years of leadership as alderman. It has resulted in positive improvements in drainage issues, street conditions, police protection and residential lighting issues,” said Abraham.
“Our city is at the crossroads of pivotal issues, such as dealing with city contracts, and great improvements, such as the upcoming Grammy Music Museum and Airport expansion. As continuity at city hall is paramount during these times of internal growth, I appreciate the past and current support of the fine citizens of Cleveland.”