Not to be a broken record but ya girl is trying to be #LouMayor so please donate if you can and share about the #Shameka4LouisvilleMayor22 Campaign whenever you can!
Always donate what you can when you can! No #bday party for me this year due to the #omicronvariant 🙁 pic.twitter.com/975H8DemFl
— ShamekaParrishWright (@Seasoned4u) January 3, 2022
In 1969, Black people made up 13.3% of Jefferson County’s population, but owned 4.6% of the county’s businesses. Today, although the Black population has grown 22.4% its ownership of businesses with employees is 2.4%
I have an INTENTIONAL plan to address this…not lip service.
— Timothy Findley, Jr. (@TimFindleyJr) January 2, 2022
Thrilled to announce that UAW has thrown its strong support behind my candidacy for Mayor as our campaign continues to rack up major union endorsements. pic.twitter.com/r5dXHpQoRo
— Nicholson For Mayor (@ElectNicholson) December 2, 2021
Engaging conversations with @GetupLouisville, @RepJosieRaymond & educators about the importance of early childhood education, and the challenges for families and schools today. I support Universal Pre-K and have a plan to make it a reality for all Louisville 3 & 4 year olds. pic.twitter.com/EDfYfMx2eb
— Craig Greenberg (@RunWithCraig) December 15, 2021
Those are the Democrats squaring off in the May primary. Republican Bill Dieruf does not have a Twitter account. Here is a local media tweet referencing Dieruf’s campaign vision.
Jeffersontown Mayor Bill Dieruf is officially kicking off his 2022 campaign for Louisville mayor right now. His campaign-sign slogan: “Mayor for Everybody” pic.twitter.com/XLk3k4KNyf
— Morgan Watkins (@morganwatkins26) June 9, 2021