Juanita Charles is the lone Democrat on the ballot, and the independents are Doyle Clark and David L. Cutting.
The four Republicans and one Democrat will appear on separate party ballots in the three-county primary.
Then Charles, as the only Democrat, will move on to face the Republican nominee plus the two independent candidates in a general election on April 23.Continue reading »
28% of state legislators nationwide are women – two-thirds of which are Democrats – but here in Tennessee that number is only 15%.
We have some work to do here.
Meanwhile of those 28%, just over 1 in 5 are women of color. Currently Juanita Charles is running to increase both totals in a special election in Clarksville, for the seat Mark Green left behind.Continue reading »
“Whether you’re a service member, school teacher, or an assembly line worker, people in this community are united around the belief that fellow hardworking families deserve to live a life of dignity and security. My vision for this district reflects our shared values and prioritizes the needs of middle-class families in Stewart, Montgomery, and Houston counties.”Continue reading »
Democrat Juanita Charles, a U.S. Army veteran and Clarksville-based Realtor, has declared her candidacy for the upcoming Tennessee Senate District 22 special election.Continue reading »