Here are the rest of the mayoral candidates. Also, I will list the three amendments that needs your attention. Lastly, I will provide you with a list of early voting locations.
Serving as the first African American Councilman-at-Large on the Metropolitan Council of Nashville and Davidson County and the first African American vice Mayor, Howard Gentry is not shy of experience. Currently, he serves as the Criminal County Clerk of Davidson County in the 20th Judicial District. His campaign targets quite a few things but mainly affordable housing options, jobs and mass transportation. His overall approach is social equity so that Nashville can be a place for everyone. For more details about him, visit his website.
Jeremey Kane is the most athletic candidate we have running for mayor. He has attended Stanford University on a swimming scholarship and volunteered at a basketball league in Sevier Park. He comes from a family of volunteers. His mother and father held leading positions within their communities as coaches and ministers. Forming an ongoing strand of commitment to the bettering of his community is Jeremy Kane’s campaign objective. Read more about his campaign by visiting his website.
Linda Eskind Rebrovick is all about making Nashville “smarter.” She plans to focus on affordable housing and education. Unlike her competitors, Linda Eskind Rebrovick’s campaign focuses on a different topic of interest, small business leadership and entrepreneurship. She is as a founding board member of the Nashville Entrepreneurship Center. Currently, she is the CEO at Census Point, a company specializing in marketing research technology. For more information on Linda Eskind Rebrovick and her campaign, visit her website.
As for the amendments, there are three requiring a vote.
Amendment No. 1 is about increasing the term limits of vice mayor, district councilmember, and councilmember-at-large from eight years to twelve years.
Amendment No. 2 is about increasing the term limits of vice mayor, district councilmember, and councilmember-at-large from eight years to twelve years. This would require a reduction in the size of the Metropolitan Council.
Amendment No. 3 is about requiring the Division of Purchases ensure forty percent of the total construction work hours are worked by Davidson County residents and ten percent of the total construction work hours are worked by low income residents of Davidson County. These rules will apply only for public improvement projects amounting in $100,000 or more.
Early voting schedule is from July 17-Aug. 1! You may vote at Howard Office Building. Yesterday was the opening of more early voting locations such as Belle Meade City Hall, Bellevue Community Center, Casa Azafran Community Center, Goodlettsville City Hall, Southeast Community Center and select libraries.
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