Category Archives: Candidates

Nashville’s Mayor-Elect Finds Path Between Liberalism and Commerce – The New York Times

NASHVILLE — In her acceptance speech on Thursday, Mayor-elect Megan Barry, a candidate characterized as a purveyor of “extreme” leftist views in a bruising runoff here, mentioned the various residents who would write the next chapter for this fast-growing Southern city. In a notably nonextreme move, she spoke first of the city’s business community.“They need… Continue Reading

Melissa Gilbert to Run for Congress

The child star of Little House on the Prairie, Melissa Gilbert, has announced she will run for congress in Michigan’s 8th Congressional District. Gilbert, 51,  announced today that she is a Democratic candidate for the seat. This will be her first run for public office.  Read more here: Follow Melissa on Twitter:   Continue Reading

Jean-Marie Lawson Spann announces her candidacy for Commissioner of Agriculture  for the Commonwealth of Kentucky

Frankfort, Kentucky, June 18, 2014 – Jean-Marie Lawson Spann today officially announced her candidacy for the office of Commissioner of Agriculture for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.  In front of an exuberant crowd, Jean-Marie laid out her goals for the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.  Jean-Marie was introduced by former Kentucky Secretary of the Personnel Cabinet Carol… Continue Reading

Ohio Democratic Party Endorses Jill Miller Zimon Over Incumbent in Race for State Representative in HD 12

Former Pepper Pike City Councilwoman Jill Miller Zimon has received the Ohio Democratic Party Endorsement in her State Representative race.   Zimon faces sitting incumbent Democrat John E. Barnes Jr. in the May 6th primary for House District 12 which encompasses Bedford, Bedford Heights, Cleveland Ward 1, Maple Heights, Mayfield Heights, Highland Hills, North Randall, Orange… Continue Reading

Meet Fayetteville NC Mayor Pro Tem Kady-Ann Davy

Mayor Pro Tem Kady-Ann Davy was first elected as the District 2 representative to the Fayetteville City Council in November of 2009. Mayor Pro Tem Davy made Fayetteville her home in 2005 and immediately became actively engaged in City and community affairs.Mayor Pro Tem Davy is a graduate of the University of Oregon, where she received her bachelor’s… Continue Reading