For the first time since Reconstruction, Tallahassee currently has a majority black City Commission.
I came to the City Commission to fight for real change, and we still have work to do. I will continue to work every day for social justice, reforms in policing, greater transparency in our government, and investment in our neighborhoods.
I am asking for your vote because I have the experience and perspective to move our community forward.
I hope I can count on your support. Whether you vote by mail, early, or on August 18, please vote Elaine Bryant for Tallahassee City Commission.
For 40 years, Tallahassee has been my home. My experiences include being a small business owner/CEO of a consulting training firm, a human resources director, and past law enforcement and juvenile justice state administrator. I am proud to be a community public servant who has worked with and served Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, Habitat for Humanity, Capital City Youth Services, The Greater Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce and a number of other community service organizations.
I am committed to this amazing community. You can count on my forward-thinking leadership and the core values of faith, integrity, and fiscal
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accountability that guide me every day. My temperament, community service background, and professional experiences offer me a keen awareness of the needs and concerns of both our local businesses and community organizations.
I believe that government works best when everyone is involved and opinions are heard. I am a proponent of engaging constituents and exploring issues and ideas to push the needle forward towards effective outcomes and in building relationships between the community and their local government.