When the dust is settled in the race for two council member slots in the city of Carson. Longtime pastor, Jawane Hilton hopes to be in one of them.
Hilton, who moved to Carson at age 11, believes it is time for a change and the church should be on the front line in shaping policy.
“A change,” said Hilton, “from the same old city council passing legislation that’s in the interest of them and not the residents,” Hilton said.
“The average city council meeting lasts from 5 p.m. until 1:30 a.m. in the morning, so they are passing things that affect residents who are at home sleep in the middle of the night,” Hilton explains.