Jerry Mitchell Is The Clear Choice

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

District 2 has a choice in this election.  Do we vote for someone who has no record on the issues that matter most importantly to District 2, or do we vote for someone who has a proven record of getting results for District 2 and leading efforts that have made our community a better place to live, work and play? To me, the choice is clear. 

As a resident, Jerry Mitchell has worked hard to build better stronger neighborhoods and build better public schools in District 2. 

As the city's director of Parks and Recreation, Jerry led efforts to build some of our most iconic
parks, including Coolidge Park, DuPont Park and the 21st Century Waterfront. 

As our councilman, he led efforts to bring signature events, including the IronMan, to our city and expand outdoor amenities to improve the quality of life and drive tourism in our community. 

Most important, Jerry has made common-sense, fiscally-responsible decisions to streamline government and improve city services without raising property taxes. 

This election, I ask that you join me in voting for the clear choice for our next city councilman –Jerry Mitchell. Remember, early voting is now underway, and election day is March 7. 

Erin Carboni
North Chattanooga resident


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