Campaign Announcement

Campaign Announcement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                                                Media Contact: John Kerns - (865) 740-023 -                                                  Aloyse Brown Announces Candidacy for Hamilton County Mayor

CHATTANOOGA, TENN. - March 27, 2018 - Aloyse Brown, an executive with a multi-billion dollar non-profit financial services organization, announces her candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Hamilton County Mayor. If elected, Brown would become Hamilton County’s first female mayor.

Brown’s campaign will focus on four main issues: fixing Hamilton County schools, repairing crumbling county roads, safely reducing jail overcrowding, and committing to a modern and transparent county government.

“We have to better prepare our workforce, address violent crime, make our streets safer, and invite every citizen to take part in a more transparent government,” Brown said, “It’s time to remove the roadblocks that many face in accessing the opportunities that we’ve created.”

Brown adds, “My biggest concern is the $250 million backlog of facility maintenance that is holding Hamilton County students back. As a community we can no longer justify ignoring our schools and teachers.”

While Hamilton County is facing real challenges, Brown’s campaign will offer voters an optimistic vision for the future. “There is no place in America better poised to give itself a better tomorrow. Assuring our economic well-being for years to come is only a matter of taking a fresh look at our county budget, and prioritizing smarter investments,” Brown said.

Brown has talked with countless Hamilton County citizens, and understands that they’re looking for a choice. Brown said, “Hamilton County hasn’t had a competitive race for its mayor in years, and that finally changes in 2018. Voters get to choose a better tomorrow.”

Brown lives in Lookout Mountain with her husband Mac, a preacher, and their two sons, Wolcott and Fox.

The campaign will hold a Get Out The Vote celebration Tuesday, April 10 from 5:30-7:00 p.m. at the Archway Building at 2523 Glass Street. Everyone is invited.

The primary election for all county offices is May 1.

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 Statement from Aloyse Brown Following  Recent Controversy on Public School Integration

Statement from Aloyse Brown Following Recent Controversy on Public School Integration