DULUTH, MN-- Another name has entered the race for Duluth's City Council At Large seat.
Duluth-native Ashlie Castaldo announced her run at Enger Tower Park Monday, making her the fourth candidate to announce their run.
Castaldo currently works for the Center for Democratic and Environmental Rights as Digital Marketing Director.
She also serves the commissions on disabilities in Duluth.
She plans to focus on workforce conservation and holding those in power accountable all while being family-centered.
"I want to serve this community! I don't want to get anything in response, but I want to give the people what they're asking for and be a voice for them on the city council," said Castaldo.
Castaldo is seeking one of two open seats this November joining incumbent Terese Tomanek, UMD Student Arzin Awal, and Hannah Alstead.
Filing officially opens June 1.
For additional information on Castaldo's run for City Council, click here.