Black Twin Cities Announces First-Ever Candidate Endorsements

Black Twin Cities is proud to announce its 2014 candidate endorsements for two local, Twin Cities metro offices. These endorsements represent the first in Black Twin Cities' history.
MINNEAPOLIS - April 27, 2014 - PRLog -- Black Twin Cities is proud to announce its first-ever, political endorsement of the following candidates:

• Joy Marsh Stephens:  Brooklyn Park Mayor

• Reva Chamblis:  Brooklyn Park East District City Council

Minnesota's community demographics are changing; Brooklyn Park is a great example of how diverse people can come together to live, work and play.  But, unique opportunities come with diversity.  Black Twin Cities believes that Joy Marsh Stephens and Reva Chamblis are ultimately motivated and prepared to create a Brooklyn Park that works for all people.  These endorsements represent the first in Black Twin Cities' history and these candidates personify the company's mission to encourage economic development in Minnesota's changing communities.


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