Guilford County has begun early voting for the primary election.
If you believe the city of Greensboro deserves:
Vote Dan Jackson, City Council at Large. It's time for A NEW DAY.
Click the link below for information on early voting polling locations.
This week, I attended a presentation by the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Greensboro, Inc., and Triad Real Estate and Building Industry Coalition (TREBIC) to hear about their efforts to effectively brand and grow our city. They are working hard, but we still have a long way to go, though, so let's keep pushing to put more business-oriented people on our City Council. Sign up to display a sign or host a neighborhood get-together in your home.
This is what it's about! Neighbors and friends coming together to show their commitment to improving our city. I am humbled by your support!
There was so much "office work" to do in the early days after filing. August has very much been a month of planning and provisioning for the campaign. This week really felt like the first week of actual campaigning! Here are a few photo highlights.
You can't do this without good friends. Here we are planning a home Meet & Greet. I'd be happy and grateful to do one in your neighborhood, too. Sign up here and I'll contact you!
Palm cards are ready!
You'll be seeing these coming to a front yard near you. If you want one, sign up here and we'll deliver it to you!
Friday brought a tour and interview at the International Civil Rights Museum. This is a wonderful asset for Greensboro, highlighting an honorable and courageous initiative to right a great wrong. Nonviolence, equal opportunity and persistence are values that run deep in Greensboro.
Again with mayoral candidate John Brown, his lovely wife, Suzanne and more friends at the Civil Rights Museum.
I had the pleasure of visiting the Guilford Childhood Development Center on Tuesday of this week. Greensboro is home to many immigrants who are trying to assimilate and this center is one of the many tax-payer provided resources engaged in helping them. It's very important for me to understand the business and resources of our city, so look for me around town during the next few weeks!
With mayoral candidate John Brown learning more about the center.
Imagine my surprise to read an article suggesting I was a "dead beat voter"! That was certainly the impression left by the local paper in its Inside Scoop of August 22.
Here's the real story about the great 2015 voting mystery!
NOTE: Since I wrote this, many people have sent their best wishes for my health, which I am happy to report is excellent!
I've been interested in the business of my hometown for a long time. Seeing few people step up to help lead at this critical juncture, on July 21, I filed myself...
Dan Jackson Announces Candidacy for Greensboro City Council