Councilwoman Ju’Coby Pittman faces three challengers — Keshan Gainey Chambliss, Vanessa Cullins Hopkins and Kim Stephens Perry — in her re-election bid to represent Jacksonville’s Northside.
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Jacksonville City Council District 6: Michael Boylan, Tom Harris battle for Mandarin votes
Despite Mandarin’s reputation of ousting incumbents, Jacksonville City Councilman Michael Boylan hopes to hold off against opponent Tom Harris.
Jacksonville City Council District 14: John Draper, Alberta Hipps, Rahman Johnson return to ’90s politics
Three seasoned politicians who last won elections in the 1990s are competing to represent Jacksonville’s new City Council District 14 in the Westside.
Jacksonville City Council District 11: Raul Arias, Norman Brewer, Ramon Day face off to represent Baymeadows area
Democrat Ramon Day and Republicans Norman Brewer and Raul Arias want to represent Southeast Jacksonville, the fastest-growing part of the county.
Jacksonville City Council District 9: Five vie to beat Tyrona Clark-Murray
Celestine Mills, Kamren Stowers, TaNita Noisette-Woods, Shanna Carter and Mike Muldoon all filed to run against Tyrona Clark-Murray, who was elected last August.
Jacksonville City Council District 8: Reggie Gaffney Jr. gets 4 challengers
Tameka Gaines Holly, Charles “Scooter” Barr, Solomon Olopade and Ronald Tracy Robison Jr. all filed to run against the newly elected Councilman Reggie Gaffney Jr.
Jacksonville City Council At-Large Group 2: Ron Salem, Joshua Hicks compete in close partisan race
Republican Councilman Ron Salem faces Joshua Hicks, a Democrat, in one of the City Council’s most competitive partisan races.
Jacksonville City Council District 3: Natalie Alden, Will Lahnen push to represent growing neighborhoods
Will Lahnen and Natalie Alden, the two Republicans vying to represent the area in the district’s open council race, say the area suffers from overdevelopment, and both vowed to prioritize infrastructure spending for the district.
Documents suggest Jacksonville City Council candidate violated residency requirement
Nahshon Nicks, a Democratic candidate for Jacksonville’s City Council At-Large Group 5, may have violated the city’s charter by living outside of the residency boundaries for the seat, according to public records.