Ask Questions. Get Answers.
Want to know what criminal justice and education bills were passed and debated this year in the Tennessee General Assembly? How will the Metro Council’s budget affect you and your neighborhood?
Join us on Tuesday, July 25 at 6 p.m. at First Baptist Church Capitol Hill to hear first-hand from our state and local elected officials. In our effort to bring equitable change to communities of color by building informed, engaged minority voters, we’ll discuss everything from body cameras and teacher pay raises to new developments and traffic congestion. Bring your questions!
Confirmed Panelists include:
Rep. Brenda Gilmore
House District 54
Member House Finance, Ways and Means Committee
Rep. Harold Love, Jr.
House District 58
Member, House Finance, Ways and Means Committee
Member, House Education Instruction and Programs Committee
Councilwoman Erica Gilmore
At-Large Metro Council Member
Budget & Finance Committee Member
Councilwoman Tanaka Vercher
Metro Council Member for District 58
Vice Chair, Budget & Finance Committee
Stay informed. Stay woke.