Monday, August 24, 2015

MAJOR ENDORSEMENT LISTS — MEMPHIS CITY ELECTION

Candidate choices of Greater Memphis Chamber of Commerce Jobs PAC; AFL-CIO Labor Council; Tennessee Equality Project

Posted By on Mon, Aug 24, 2015 at 12:06 PM

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These are the endorsement lists recently announced by three local organizations with public-policy concerns:

GREATER MEMPHIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE JOBS PAC

Mayor — A C Wharton
Council District 2 — Frank Colvett
District 3 — Patrice Robinson
District 4 — Donnell Cobbins
District 5 — Dan Springer
District 6 — Edmund Ford, Jr.
District 7: — Berlin Boyd
District 8-2 — Janis Fullilove
District 8-3 — Mickell Lowery
District 9-1 — Kemp Conrad
District 9-2 — Philip Spinosa


AFL-CIO LABOR COUNCIL


Council District 1 — Wayne Roberts
District 2: — Rachel Knox
District 3 — Keith O. Williams
District 4 — Doris Deberry-Bradshaw
District 6 — Perry Bond
District 7 — Coby Smith
District 8-1 — Joe Brown
District 8-2 — Janis Fullilove
District 8-3: — Jacqueline Camper
District 9-1 — Charley Burch
District 9-2 — Paul Shaffer
District 9-3 — Zachary Ferguson
City Court Clerk — Shep Wilbun


TENNESSEE EQUALITY PROJECT

Mayor – Harold Collins
Council District 1 — Bill Morrison
District 2 — Rachel Knox
District 3 — Keith O. Williams
District 4 — Jamita E. Swearengen
District 5 — John Marek
                    Charles “Chooch” Pickard
                    Mary Wilder
District 6 — Edmund H. Ford Jr.
District 7 —Thurston Smith
District 8-2 — Janis Fullilove
District 8-3 — Mickell Lowery
District 9-1 — Robin A. Spielberger
District 9- 2 — Stephanie Gatewood
District 9-3 — Reid Hedgepeth

Other major endorsement lists will be posted as announced.

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