Get To Know William!

About Me

My name is William R. Ackerman III, please feel free to call me Bill. 


I am running as the Democratic Candidate for Metro Council District 19, Louisville, Kentucky.


I was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky.


I am a graduate of Saint Xavier High School in Louisville, Kentucky.


I earned my Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Louisville.


During my free time, I enjoy spending time with my wife and two daughters. As a family we enjoy spending our time traveling, camping, attending UofL sporting events or just relaxing as a family.



My Concerns

Family – Family is very important to me, as I am sure it is for you. Considering most of my family was born and raised in Louisville, I'd like to ensure all generations will want to continue to call Louisville their home. 


District – As your Councilman for District 19, I will be the voice for all citizens in the district. I will listen to all questions, comments and concerns and make sure they are communicated to other members for further discussion during the meetings of the Metro Council. 


City – Not only do I want to make sure all needs of the people are taken care of, I also want to make sure that the needs of the city is met by working closely with all fellow members of the Metro Council. 


Public Safety – I want all citizens of Louisville to feel safe going about their daily activities. I also want visitors to feel safe during their stay in the city. To ensure safety, I would like to see more security and safer roads. 


Infrastructure – I want all forms of infrastructure, especially parks and roads within Metro Louisville to be maintained for all to enjoy presently and well into the future. 


Economy – I would like Louisville to not only retain its current companies whether it is a local company or a nationwide company. I would also like to continue to attract new companies to Louisville. I want our local economy to remain stable and grow in the number of jobs for our current and future citizens. 


Your Concerns – If I am elected, please feel free to contact me with any concerns you may have. Your concerns are my concerns.