As mayor, I shouldn’t be running the city the same way my predecessors did, and that’s because we’re a different city now. We need to change, and voters want to see that change.
We have officially been endorsed by our city's prominent LGBT-focused magazine, Out & About Nashville. As you know, David Briley has committed his career to progressive issues, and standing up for LGBT rights has been no exception. Out & About understands this commitment and wrote
We need to remain a city that works together to solve our toughest challenges. We can't let our challenges divide us. No one knows that better than Mayor Briley.
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We’re excited to give you a sneak peek of our new ad. Mayor Briley has dedicated his life to progressive values, and no one knows that better than attorney, activist and friend Abby Rubenfeld, who helped legalize same-sex marriage in the United States.
The Tennessean Editorial Board assessed Nashville Mayor David Briley on 11 issues. He should be re-elected in order to carry out his vision for four more years.
Mayor Briley is running for a full four-year term because he’s proud of what he’s accomplished over the past 18 months and knows he can do even more to bring equity to all Nashvillians.
John Cooper, on the other hand, is running simply because he sees a path to buying the race. As recently as six months ago, Cooper was telling reporters he was done with public service. He wasn’t even going to run for a second term on Metro Council; he had other things to do.
John Cooper wants to stay silent about some of the things that matter most.
Cooper recently told The Tennessean that “we shouldn’t forget what Metro can do by thinking we can solve some other problems that we’re not supposed to solve.”
On Saturday, Mayor Briley went to Bellevue to join Council Members Sheri Weiner and Dave Rosenberg and other community members in celebrating the reopening of Red Caboose Playground after a complete rebuild that made it safer and more family-friendly.