BLACK CAUCUS AIMS TO MAKE HISTORY WITH ENDORSEMENT OF NICHOLAS GLOVER
"Our caucus looks at candidate engagement on the issues facing black people in Tampa by inviting them to our listening tour, our forum, and with our questionnaire,” Said Robin Lockett, President of the Black Caucus. “It's very clear that Nicholas Glover is ready to take bold action to address these issues – it’s time to make history by electing Nicholas Glover."
SHAW, CHARLES ENDORSE GLOVER FOR TAMPA CITY COUNCIL
Nicholas Glover has received the endorsement of Sean Shaw and Tammy Charles in his campaign for Tampa City Council.
“Nicholas will move Tampa forward and build a city that works for everyone,” Shaw said. “We deserve an advocate who brings people together to address the issues we face. That’s why I’m endorsing Nicholas Glover and why I’m encouraging my supporters to join us.”
‘FORWARD, TOGETHER’ THEME MARKS NICHOLAS GLOVER DIGITAL AD BUY
“This is a grassroots campaign,” Glover said. “I’m proud that 97 percent of my donations come from regular people and we’ve spoken one-on-one with voters all over the city. They know I’m in this to fight for every-day people who are sick of the same old broken campaign promises.”
NICHOLAS GLOVER GAINS MOMENTUM IN FUNDING RACE FOR CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 3
In the four-way race for the citywide District 3 seat, Glover handily outraised his competition during December, according to the latest reports filed with the Hillsborough Supervisor of Elections office.
GLOVER TO RUN FOR TAMPA COUNCIL DISTRICT 3
“We’re thrilled to welcome Jordan Pride to our team as campaign manager,” Glover said. “Her work engaging young voters and building coalitions has been a big part of wins around Tampa Bay and Florida.”
THE FIELD IS SET FOR TAMPA’S MARCH CITY ELECTIONS
In District 3, a citywide seat being vacated by Capin, former city council member John Dingfelder, South Seminole Heights Civic Association president Stephen Lytle and community activist Nicholas Glover and Realtor Vibha Shevade all qualified.
CIVIC ACTIVIST TO RUN FOR TAMPA CITY COUNCIL
In his announcement email, he stressed the need to bring people together and reject the divisive politics of Washington and Tallahassee.
“I want to create a Tampa where everyone — no matter what you look like, who you love, or where you live — can succeed in our city,” Glover said. “To me, that means an inclusive city with homes that families can afford and safe public transit to build on the success of ‘All For Transportation’. Every neighborhood is facing these issues in one way or another and every family deserves the best from our city and the elected officials who represent them. I’m running to bring people together to take on the big issues we face.”