“My focus is to ensure the safety of all who call District 1 home.”— Junior Jackson, BOC District 1 candidate
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Junior Jackson, BOC District 1
Junior Jackson serves on the Clayton County Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities, and Addictive Diseases Community Service Board. He has taught school in Clayton and Dekalb Counties.
What makes you the best candidate for this particular district?
I’m the best candidate for this position because my agenda is people centered and my focus is to ensure the safety of all who call DISTRICT 1 home. I’m the best candidate for this position because with me as the commissioner of district one the people of the district will be the one that approving what businesses come to our community and the people will also be the ones setting the agenda for District 1.
What do you see as the strengths of your district?
Clayton County is growing population wise and industry and business are coming here in large numbers. Those are just 2 of the strengths.
How do you handle conflict/people who disagree with you?
I identify the cause of the conflict and then the individual and I determine whether or not a compromise can be accomplished. If not, we agree to disagree.
What one project would you like to accomplish in the next 4 years if elected?
Anything else people should know about you?
On the issues (insert radio button graphic)
Jackson ranked Fort Gillem cleanup, mandatory trash pickup, walkability/pedestrian safety, sex trafficking, and street races/flashmob car shows as the most urgent issues in Clayton County.