Tennessee Equality Project seeks to advance and protect the civil rights of our State’s gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender persons and their families in each Grand Division.
Sunday, December 14, 2014
MATCHING OUR MOMENT! Between now and December 31 all your tax deductible contributions to the TEP Foundation at this link https://tnep.nationbuilder.com/matchourmoment are matched up to a total of $4000. DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT. Thanks to the generous donors who have stepped forward to provide the match. SHARE!
Friday, June 20, 2014
TEP PAC is pleased to announce the following endorsements of candidates running for offices in Shelby County government in the August 7, 2014 election. TEP PAC encourages you to vote for, volunteer for, and contribute to these equality advocates (click names with links for candidate information):
MAYOR – Deidre Malone
DISTRICT 4 COMMISSIONER – Jackie Jackson
DISTRICT 6 COMMISSIONER – Willie Brooks
DISTRICT 8 COMMISSIONER – Walter Bailey
DISTRICT 10 COMMISSIONER – Reginald Milton
DISTRICT 12 COMMISSIONER – Van Turner
DISTRICT 13 COMMISSIONER – M. Jain
SHERIFF – Bill Oldham
CLERK – Charlotte B. Draper
DISTRICT 1 SCHOOL BOARD - Freda Garner-William
DISTRICT 3 SCHOOL BOARD - Teddy King
DISTRICT 5 SCHOOL BOARD – David Winston
Each candidate submitted a survey to TEP PAC for review and asked for TEP PAC’s endorsement. All candidates for Shelby County Mayor, Sheriff, Board of Commissioners, Clerk and School Board were invited to participate in the survey by letters mailed to the address listed on their petitions with the Shelby County Election Commission.
Early Voting begins July 18, 2014 at 157 Poplar Avenue and continues through August 2, 2014. Visit the Shelby County Election Commission website for more details about the full August 7 ballot and voting locations, dates and times.
Yours for equality,
TEP PAC Chair
TEP PAC is a state political action committee registered in Tennessee (Joyce Peacock, Treasurer). The endorsements of TEP PAC do not necessarily represent the views of the board of the Tennessee Equality Project.