Jacksonville, FL (December 27, 2018) – CM Becton receives the endorsement of the Jacksonville Fraternal Order of Police, Lodge 5-30 representing over 3,700 members for reelection to the Jacksonville City Council, District 11 seat for 2019.

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Fraternal Order of Police Endorsement Letter

Jacksonville, FL (December 26, 2018) – CM Becton receives the endorsement of the Jacksonville Association of Fire Fighters, IAFF Local 122 for reelection to the Jacksonville City Council, District 11 seat for 2019.

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Jax Association of Fire Fighters Endorsement Letter

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.

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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 downtown.

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.

Jacksonville, FL (December 7, 2018) – CM Becton receives the endorsement of the Northeast Florida Association of Realtors (NEFAR) for the reelection of Jacksonville City Council District 11 seat for 2019. Located at 7801 Deercreek Club Rd.,Jacksonville, FL 32256, NEFAR is headquartered at The Resource Center in Jacksonville, Florida and has four additional Service Centers in Orange Park, Jacksonville Beach, Palatka and World Golf Village. NEFAR is the largest professional / trade association in northeast Florida, with a membership that includes more than 8,000 Realtors and business partner members in Duval, Clay, Putnam and St. Johns counties. NEFAR boasts it own multiple listing service, a wholly owned subsidiary called the Northeast Florida Multiple Listing Service (NEFMLS).

NEFAR is a Realtor education powerhouse in Florida, offering members a mammoth education roster from which to choose, including in-class and online education. There are classes for continuing education credit, technology, required post-licensing credit, non-credited seminars and specialty designation courses. The NEFMLS also provides a variety of training options.

More Information regarding the organization can be found at: 

NEFAR Endorsement Letter

Council Member Becton Qualifies By Petition

For City Council District 11 Seat

Jacksonville, FL (December 6, 2018) – Councilman Becton today was notification by the Supervisor of Election’s office Mike Hogan, that he has collected the 504 signatures necessary to qualified by petition for the Jacksonville City Council District 11 seat.

“This was a team effort to collect the necessary petitions to qualify for the Jacksonville City Council District 11 seat”, CM Becton announced. “Supporters from communities of Sweetwater by Del Web, Deercreek and others were the boots on the ground to help achieve this requirement.” CM Becton noted.

“I can not say thank you enough for all those supporters who took their time and worked tirelessly to get me over this requirement to qualify”, Becton expressed. “It is very exciting that these residents thought enough of me and my work within District 11 over the past 4 years to put in that effort”.

 Qualified By Petition for 2019 City Council, District 11 Letter

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (June 1, 2018) – Danny Becton, the current Jacksonville City Council member for the Eleventh District, officially filed today for re-election of that seat at the Supervisor of Elections office.

“It is my great honor to represent and serve the thousands of residents within District 11 over the past three years. We have accomplished a great deal as growth, jobs and prosperity have identified District 11 as the place to be within the city. Today, I have filed for a second and final term so that I can continue with the accomplishments for which we have begun and look to continue in the years together.”

“The principles that have guided my decisions have been 1) Neighborhoods, 2) Small Business and 3) Protecting Taxpayers”, CM Becton noted. “I have been recognized as one of the most fiscally conservative member of council, always well prepared and willing to ask the tough questions. This is part of my effort to be the most forthright and open City Council member serving”.

In 2017, my second year on council, I was awarded the city council’s greatest honor, the prestigious “Charles D. Webb” award. This award recognizes the council member who best exemplifies the extraordinary commitment to public service as demonstrated by the late Charles D. Webb during his years on City Council from 1971 until his death in 1976.

The secret to my success has been my independence and work ethic as a small business owner for over 27 years. This independence has been a huge part of my success because of people like you supporting me and keeping my office beyond the reach of special interest and big lobbyists.

I welcome you to visit my web site to learn more about District 11. The website chronicles the events and my achievements during the last three years.

Thanks for supporting Danny!

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