David Briley Earns Democracy for America's Endorsement
by Sheri Divers
Promoted Friday, 07/13/07 @ 3:00 pm. Published Friday, 07/13/07 @ 2:31 pm
This year Nashville has the chance to elect a mayor that will build a sustainable future. David Briley spent seven years on Nashville's Metro City Council working to raise environmental standards and improve public schools ....
A Nashville native, David is committed to public service. Now he's earned Democracy for America's endorsement in the 2007 mayoral race. Please help David in any way you can:
Members of Democracy for Tennessee have worked hard to build a progressive powerhouse across the state. They've worked to elect grassroots progressive candidates in Nashville, Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis and everywhere in between. Join Democracy for America and Democracy for Tennessee in supporting David Briley to be the next mayor of Nashville!
P.S. Today is the first day of early voting. Please go out and vote!
Friday, July 13, 2007
Dean's Organization Does Not Endorse Dean
Liberadio tells us that the national Democracy for America (chaired by Jim Dean, brother of Howard Dean, who started DFA) has endorsed David Briley for Mayor over fellow progressive Karl Dean. Here is the DFA article and text of Jim Dean's letter:
Posted by S-townMike at 7/13/2007 05:31:00 PM
Labels: 2007 Mayoral Race, Nashville
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