Kismet Loftin-Bell will fight for meaningful change in the lives of the people of the East Ward. Kismet Loftin-Bell has spent her entire adult life creating access, opportunities and advancement for youth, families and seniorsDriven by the needs of the East Ward, she is dedicated to putting people over politics,

The time is now to Ring the BELL for a Thriving East Ward!



From knocking on neighbors’ doors, to posting a yard sign, to being a social media advocate, you have the power to contribute to the movement for an equitable future.  Sign up today.  


Every dollar counts—and is appreciated. Use your power for good this election cycle by supporting Kismet Loftin-Bell. Donate $100 or more for a special token of thanks from Kismet—or give $50 or more for a one-of-a-kind Ring The Bell pin.

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Simply put, real change is proven in one’s ability to get things done. From managing food pantries to powering a pipeline for youth employment, Kismet Loftin-Bell has led, built and developed opportunities that have positively advanced the lives of those living in the East Ward.

Winston-Salem’s East Ward can be a thriving community!


Kismet Loftin-Bell will continue to work with her neighbors and the residents of the East Ward to stop gentrification and the pushing out of long-term residents as she provides the type of leadership necessary to achieve a thriving and inclusive community.


Minority and women business owners deserve full participation in economic development and entrepreneurial opportunities taking place in their very own communities.  As a single mother raising a young son, Kismet Loftin-Bell knows all too well what it means to sacrifice in the face of adversity—and how to come out thriving.


It takes a village to raise a child and the village includes city leadership.  Kismet Loftin-Bell has a vision for how to prepare our children for the modern world. Schools should enhance and strengthen our communities and recreational centers should offer a safe haven for our youth.  As crime continues to rise in the East Ward youth outreach is on the decline.

The First 100 Days

Kismet’s ready! She’s got a plan to get the East Ward movign forward immediately! Check out here plan for the first 100 days!.

Ring the Bell!

There are lots of ways to help Kismet on her path to victory. Host a fundraiser, host a house party or knock doors. Every single bit helps to get her across the finish line!

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