Bryan Morris’ interest in helping shape public policy prompted him to seek a seat on the Ada City Council.
The Ada attorney, who has two daughters, decided to run because he wants to help make Ada a more attractive place to live, he said Friday.
“I hope that Ada will be an area that my girls, when they grow up and leave, would consider coming back to live,” he said. “I’d very much like to see that.”
Morris, 47, is seeking the Ward I seat on the city council in the upcoming municipal election. Neither he nor his opponent, Ada resident Daniel Mull, have held elective office before.
Morris and Mull will face off in the city’s upcoming primary election, set for March 5. The winner of the primary will capture the seat on the council because there is no general election this year.
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