FERNANDINA BEACH WEATHER

Candidate for City Commissioner moves to Group 2

Genece Minshew
Candidate City Commission – Group 2
Press Release
May 14, 2020

Genece Minshew has announced she is moving her candidacy for the Fernandina Beach City Commission, Group 1 to Group 2, in the 2020 General Election.

“My goal is to win a seat on the City Commission so that I can bring my many years of business experience and community activism to the table. I am moving seats so that I have the best chance to win. Now that we are faced with long term economic instability, it is even more critical to have someone on the City Commission with crisis management, budgetary and problem-solving skills.” said Minshew.

“Public service is about helping people in their everyday lives and I am ready to make that commitment to the citizens of Fernandina Beach as the Group 2 Commissioner.” said Minshew.

The five seats on the City Commission are separated into groups, yet voting for each seat is city wide.

For more information or how to get involved in the campaign, please, please email me at [email protected] or call me at 904 491-0185. And, no matter who you end up supporting, please remember to vote on November 3rd, 2020.

Editor’s note:  With Minshew’s move to Group 2, the seat currently held by Commissioner Phil Chapman, the races shape up as follows:
Group 1 (John Miller’s Seat):  Candidates Bradley Bean and Marian Phillips
Group 2 (Phil Chapman’s Seat): Candidates Alexandria LaJoux, Genece Minshew and David Sturges
Group 3:  Incumbent commissioner Chip Ross is running unopposed.

 

 

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