2019 Bloomington General | District 3 Council Candidate: Nick Kappas

Nick Kappas collected at least 89 signatures to qualify as an independent candidate to represent District 3 on the Bloomington city council.  He faces Democratic Party nominee Ron Smith and independent Marty Spechler in the Nov. 5 general election. The incumbent Democrat, Allison Chopra, is not seeking re-election.

Kappas
Nick Kappas

District 3 covers portions of Bloomington’s northeast and east sides. (Click here for a map of city districts.)

Kappas works for Cook Medical.

His campaign website presents a four-point platform: infrastructure repair; east-side development; environmental sustainability and governmental efficiency.

In connection with the topic of development, Kappas cites his experience as a current member of Bloomington’s plan commission and zoning board of appeals.

Kappas earned a bachelor’s degree in science from IU-SPEA in policy analysis in 2010.  Four years later he earned a  master’s degree in public affairs from IUPUI-SPEA.

Kappas is married to Sophia Percival, who is employed by Catalent Biopharma Solutions.

Kappas is serving as his own campaign chair and treasurer.

Links to Additional Information

Campaign website: kappasforbloomington.com

Email: kappasforcouncil@gmail.com

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In the News: Nick Kappas

Bloomington plan commission to take up city’s 4th Street parking garage site plan again in August amid doubts about legal authority to act on itThe B Square Beacon, July 9, 2019

Kappas 2nd independent in District 3 council raceBloomington Herald-Times, July 1, 2019