JaxBix Endorsement Announced

Jacksonville, FL (December 11, 2018) – CM Becton receives the endorsement of JAXBIZ for reelection to the Jacksonville City Council, District 11 seat for 2019. JAXBIZ a nonpartisan political organization affiliated with the JAX Chamber. It promotes business friendly leadership within local and state government through the endorsement of pro-business candidates who display a commitment to economic growth.

More information on JAXBIZ and the JAX Chamber at: https://www.myjaxchamber.com/



JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (Dec. 11, 2018) – JAXBIZ, the nonpartisan political organization

affiliated with JAX Chamber, has endorsed several incumbent candidates for the

Jacksonville City Council.

“We thank these City Council members for their strong leadership on important

issues facing our community over the past several years and we look forward to

continuing to work with them over the next four years,” JAXBIZ Chair Dane Grey said

These City Council members have been open to discussion and were supportive

of the majority of business priorities that came before the council over the last three

years. JAXBIZ had conversations with council members over the last few months –

primarily on the Chamber’s priorities to grow jobs and promote residential development


JAXBIZ endorsed:

  • Council Member Joyce Morgan, District 1
  • Council President Aaron Bowman, District 3
  • Council Vice President Scott Wilson, District 4
  • Council Member Reggie Gaffney, District 7
  • Council Member Danny Becton, District 11
  • Council Member Randy White, District 12
  • Council Member Tommy Hazouri, At-Large Group 3
  • Council Member Sam Newby, At-Large Group 5

JAXBIZ plans to interview more candidates this month and early next year as

qualifying closes. The first election is March 19.

JAXBIZ promotes business-friendly leadership within local and state government

and identifies candidates that have a commitment to continued economic growth, as

well as the recognition of challenges and opportunities that Northeast Florida

businesses face.