Local elections matter. Black votes matter. And Black men and women are stepping up to lead our city.
Join us for a Power Hour to support the Power of 10 PAC and meet Nashville's African-American candidates on the ballot in 2018. Come hear their platform and learn how you can make an impact in the 2018 midterm elections. Confirmed candidates include:
Brenda Wynn for Davidson County Clerk
Angelita Blackshear Dalton for Criminal Court Judge
Joy Kimbrough for Criminal Court Judge
Howard Gentry for Criminal Court Clerk
Joy Sims for Chancery Court Judge
Sam Coleman for General Sessions Court Judge
Tillman Payne for General Sessions Court Judge
Lonnell Matthews, Jr. for Juvenile Court Clerk
Tyese Hunter for Juvenile Court Clerk
Martesha Johnson for Public Defender
Karen Johnson for Register of Deeds
Terry Clayton for House of Representatives District 54
Scott Davis for House of Representatives District 54
Vincent Dixie for House of Representatives District 54
Harold Love, Jr. for House of Representatives District 58
Brenda Gilmore for State Senate District 19
Howard Jones for State Senate District 19
George Thomas for State Senate District 19
Suggested Donation for Admission: $10
Purchase tickets: secure.actblue.com/donate/powerhour
Proceeds will be used to support Power of 10 PAC endorsed candidates.
The Power of 10 PAC is a political action committee that seeks to recruit, fund and support African Americans and other ethnic minority candidates seeking local and state public elected office in Davidson County, Tennessee.
Thank you to our Host Committee:
MOVERS & SHAKERS
Floyd Murrell, Sr.