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  • Brenda Priestly Jackson Wins In District 10
    by Bill Bortzfield on May 14, 2019 at 8:06 pm

    Democrat Brenda Priestly Jackson has won the race for Jacksonville’s District 10 Council seat, beating Democrat Celestine Mills by 65.26% to 43.74% with all precincts reporting, according to unofficial tallies Tuesday night. Jackson will serve residents of parts of Northwest Jacksonville. Jackson is an attorney and the executive director of Dynamic Education Foundation, Inc., which prepares high school athletes with NCAA eligibility, as well as helping with high school graduation and college enrollment. She served on the Duval County School Board from 2002 until 2010. See Also: May 14 Jacksonville Election Returns Jackson told WJCT News that "educational alignment" is the most pressing issue facing the residents of District 10. “If we don't graduate young people timely from high school, there's a direct correlation between our failure to graduate them timely and then they’re not having opportunities after they get out of school," she said. The District 10 seat is being vacated by [Read more]

  • Q&A With District 10 City Council Candidate Brenda Priestly Jackson
    by Abukar Adan on April 19, 2019 at 1:09 pm

    With less than a month to go before the May 14 runoff election, WJCT is profiling the candidates in the 5 City Council races. [Read more]

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