WTF Is Proud To Endorse Terry Jo Bichell

MEET TERRY JO BICHELL

Terry Jo Bichell is a scientist, nurse mid-wife and mom. Terry Jo’s platform includes increasing funding for our city’s teachers and emergency responders, investing in green spaces, sidewalks, bikeways and alternative transportation solutions, and improving development practices that put neighborhoods first while also promoting job and revenue growth. Terry Jo is both Progressive and Pro-Business.

Her General Election Day is August 1, 2019.

Join WTF in supporting Terry Jo by making a donation to her campaign online: http://bit.ly/WTFforTerryJo

100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign.

Learn more at: terryjobichell.org

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.

 

WTF Is Proud To Endorse Gloria Hausser

MEET GLORIA HAUSSER

Gloria Hausser is a mother, grandmother, entrepreneur, economic growth expert, and community leader. She is running for Metro Council District 22 (Bellevue) which is an open seat. Gloria is running on a platform of fully funding our public schools and supporting our teachers, investing in infrastructure like sidewalks, crosswalks, green spaces and trees, improving traffic flow and bus route access and prioritizing public safety.

Her General Election Day is August 1, 2019.

Join WTF in supporting Gloria by making a donation to her campaign online: http://bit.ly/WTFforGloriaHausser

100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign.

Learn more at: gloriahausserfor22.com

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.

WTF Is Proud To Endorse Councilwoman Mary Carolyn Roberts

MEET COUNCILWOMAN MARY CAROLYN ROBERTS

Councilwoman Mary Carolyn Roberts is a realtor and middle Tennessee native who was first elected to the Metro Council in 2015. She is running for re-election in District 20 (West Nashville) and has one opponent. Her platform includes prioritizing smart growth through public-private partnerships, investing in safety through sidewalks, bike lanes, crosswalks and improved traffic flow and balancing the needs of local neighborhoods and small businesses by creating a climate for both to thrive.

General Election Day is August 1, 2019.

Join WTF in supporting Councilwoman Roberts by making a donation to her campaign online: http://bit.ly/WTFforMaryCarolyn

100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign. Please write “WTF” in the memo section when you contribute so WTF can track our network’s fundraising power!

Learn more at: marycarolynroberts.com

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.

WTF Is Proud To Endorse Ginny Welsch

MEET GINNY WELSCH

Ginny Welsch is a mom and long-time community volunteer who is the founder and executive director of Radio Free Nashville, which marries her two career passions of working in radio and the non-profit sector. She is running for Metro Council District 16 which is an open seat.Ginny is running on a platform of fully funding our public schools and public services ensuring livable wages for metro employees, prioritizing affordable housing and investing in community infrastructure like sidewalks, crosswalks, green spaces and trees.

General Election Day is August 1, 2019.

Join WTF in supporting Ginny by making a donation to her campaign online: http://bit.ly/WTFforGinny

100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign.

Learn more at: ginnyforcouncil.com

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.

WTF Is Proud To Endorse Kyonzte Toombs

MEET KYONZTE TOOMBS

Kyonzte Toombs is an attorney, mom, PTA president and long-time community leader. She is a founding board member of The Equity Alliance and past president of the Napier-Looby Bar Association. Kyonzte’s platform includes fully funding our public schools and teachers, advocating for affordable and smart development that protects the integrity and culture of our neighborhoods and prevents displacement, and prioritizing public safety with more sidewalks and crosswalks and  investing in our first responders.  

General Election Day is August 1, 2019.

Join WTF in supporting Kyonzte by making a donation to her campaign online: http://bit.ly/WTFforKyonzte

100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign.

Learn more at: toombsfortwo.com 

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.

WTF Is Proud To Endorse Commissioner Tami Sawyer

MEET COMMISSIONER TAMI SAWYER

Shelby County Commissioner Tami Sawyer is a dynamic leader and social justice activist committed to building coalitions across communities to make Memphis fairer and more equitable for all because ‘Memphis Can’t Wait’! As Mayor she will fight for an economy that works for everyone including better paying jobs, investments in small business development and programs to expand affordable housing. She is focused on criminal justice reform and Memphis’s youth, with a detailed plan to provide more academic opportunity and support inside and outside of the classroom.

When elected, Commissioner Sawyer will make history as Memphis’s first female Mayor.

Her General Election Day is October 3, 2019.

Join WTF in supporting Commissioner Sawyer by making a donation to her campaign online: http://bit.ly/WTFforTami

100% of your contribution does directly to her campaign. Please write “WTF” in the memo section so WTF can track our network’s fundraising power!

Learn more at: tamisawyer.com

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen!

WTF Is Proud To Endorse Indya Kincannon

MEET INDYA KINCANNON

Indya Kincannon is long-time community leader, teacher, mom and former special program manager in Mayor Madeline Rogero’s administration. Elected to the Knox County Board of Education in 2004, she served 10 years and chaired the Board for three years. Indya is running for Knoxville Mayor to succeed Mayor Rogero, who is term-limited. As Mayor she will work to spread opportunity to all parts of the city and will balance smart growth while protecting green spaces. Indya will work to connect families with economic opportunity, place a priority on affordable housing and proactively work to create communities that work for everyone.

Her Primary Election Day is August 27, 2019.

Join WTF in supporting Indya by making a donation to her campaign online: http://bit.ly/WTFforIndya

100% of your contribution does directly to her campaign.

Learn more at: kincannonformayor.com

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen!

WTF Is Proud To Endorse Rupa Blackwell

MEET RUPA BLACKWELL

Rupa Blackwell was born and raised in Tullahoma. She is a wife, mother, long-time community volunteer and serves on the local planning commission. She is running for one of two open Alderman seats in a 4-way race. Rupa will prioritize economic development by recruiting businesses that offer good-paying jobs, will expand pedestrian and bike infrastructure and will support efforts to improve roadways.

General Election Day is August 1, 2019

Join WTF in supporting Rupa by making a donation to her campaign online: http://bit.ly/WTFforRupa

100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign.

Learn more at: rupablackwell.com

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.

WTF Is Proud To Endorse Councilwoman Mina Johnson

MEET COUNCILWOMAN MINA JOHNSON

Councilwoman Mina Johnson was one of WTF’s first endorsements and hard-fought victories back in 2015. She is running for re-election against two opponents in District 23, which includes the Belle Meade, West Meade and Hillwood neighborhoods of West Nashville. Councilwoman Johnson will continue to champion District 23 by preserving and protecting neighborhoods through smart zoning practices, increasing transparency and accountability in Metro Government and advocating fiscal responsibility.

General Election Day is August 1, 2019

Join WTF in supporting Councilwoman Johnson by making a donation to her campaign online: minaforcouncil.com/donate

100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign. Please write “WTF” in the memo section when you contribute so WTF can track our network’s fundraising power!

Learn more at: minaforcouncil.com

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.

WTF Is Proud To Endorse Erin Evans

MEET ERIN EVANS

Erin Evans is a business leader, avid community volunteer, wife and long-time resident of the Hermitage neighborhood in Davidson County. She is running for Metro Council District 12, a seat which has never been held by a woman, in an open race with no incumbent. Erin’s current policy platform includes fully funding our public schools, building coalitions to ensure we preserve and protect our neighborhoods, and improving public safety by investing in our first responders.

General Election Day is August 1, 2019

Join WTF in supporting Erin by making a donation to her campaign online: erinfor12.com/donate

100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign. Please write “WTF” in the comments section so WTF can track our network’s fundraising power.

Learn more at: erinfor12.com

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.