Albouras Announces for
Madison 20th District Alder
Christian Albouras
“I’ve known Christian to be a deeply committed, level-headed resident of our district,” Phair said.
“His knack of listening to all sides of an issue, while balancing it with strong principles, will
serve the district and city extremely well.”

In addition, other early supporters for Christian’s candidacy, include: City of Madison Mayor, Paul
Soglin; Meadowood Neighborhood Association President, Terry Evanson; Madison Common
Council Member, Shiva Bidar-Sielaff; Madison Metropolitan School Board Member, Gloria Reyes;
Dane County Supervisor, Matt Veldran; Dane County Supervisor, Yogesh Chawla; Former
Madison Metropolitan School Board Member, Juan Jose Lopez; Former Madison Metropolitan
School Board Member, Bill Clingan; and former Madison Police Department Assistant
Chief/Madison Metropolitan School District Safety Coordinator, Luis Yudice.

For more information on how to get involved and support Christian’s campaign, please email
Christian Albouras is excited to announce his candidacy for District 20 Alder on the Madison Common
Council.  Christian, his wife Miriah, and their daughter, Nathalia live in the Meadowood Neighborhood
where they have established strong roots going back decades.

“I am running because I am committed to creating a district and city that looks to the future and provides
opportunity for everyone,” Albouras said. “If elected, from day one, I will work to build a broad consensus of
community members who are eager to continue the progress that has been made and yet, are ready to do
the hard work necessary to meet the challenges we will still face and advocate for the interests of our
district residents.”
Albouras has indicated that he will focus on public
safety and basic services, youth engagement,
education and after-school programming, and
economic development if elected to the Council. He is
a member of multiple community organizations and
works in Business Development within the credit
union industry. Albouras is proud to have the early
support of current District 20 Alder Matt Phair.