While Birmingham’s other city council districts are gaining momentum in the way of candidates, one district has been a little lonely. Not anymore! A candidate has declared in District 6.
What do you know about Kim Rafferty, Birmingham’s current District 2 city councilor? Did you know that she’s a candidate, too?
Dorothea Crosby says that she is “an ordinary citizen answering the call to stand for my community.” She’s looking to fill Council President Johnathan Austin’s seat.
The room was packed, the audience was lively and the questions were lightning fast for Birmingham’s first mayoral forum.
Although the Jefferson County Election Commission has until June 23 to officially call the upcoming Birmingham municipal election set for August 22, potential candidates are eager to start spreading their messages.
These two men have announced their candidacy to local media outlets for the upcoming 2017 Birmingham mayoral election. We hear there are others in the queue too. Who are they? Are there more?