Stewart Jacobson has decades of business and civic involvement making him an outstanding candidate for City Council. With 30 years in the financial sector, he understands the complexities of municipal finance and the importance of keeping taxes low while ensuring property values and bond ratings stay high. 
Further, he has a depth of leadership experience serving on Boards in our community. In these roles, he has proven his ability to build relationships, gain consensus on strategies, and guide actions to move vision forward. A person of deliberate and independent thought, he will be a unifying voice on City Council.

 Sugar Land is an extraordinary city and only through continuous improvement will we keep it that way.

The  harmony in which people of diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds live together is a model for the nation and that we must cherish and nurture it or risk losing it.

Drainage and mobility are our two greatest challenges and that we are up to the task of making those into some of our greatest strengths.

We are stewards of taxpayers’ money and should always act in the best interests of our citizens.

The vitality of each and every residential and commercial neighborhood in Sugar Land is our goal: no neighborhoods left behind.

City Council should embrace lively discussion that includes all points of view and that, when the time for discussion ends, Council should move forward as a team.