When Memphis City Councilman JB Smiley Jr. sees a problem, he’s often prompted to solve it. It’s the reason the Memphis native said he’s now
Memphis City Council Ordinance 5795 passed on final reading by a unanimous 13-0 vote, and will create a water wellhead protection overlay in the City
Councilman JB Smiley, Jr.’s statement on the mass shooting: “Blessed are they that mourn for they shall be comforted. –Matthew 5:4 I mourn for the
Memphis City Council member JB Smiley Jr. said Wednesday that he is running for Tennessee governor. Smiley, a Democrat, made the announcement in a video on social media. He also held an event at the Orpheum theater in Memphis.
Memphis City Councilman JB Smiley Jr. officially threw his hat into the ring for the Democratic nomination for governor Wednesday, marking his 34th birthday with balloons and the start of his push for Tennessee’s highest office.
Surely it was but a coincidence, not an omen, but on Monday evening, at which time Memphis Councilman JB Smiley Jr.’s gubernatorial ambitions were becoming public, a double rainbow appeared in the western sky.
Smiley, 33, filed campaign finance paperwork last week with the state of Tennessee. The paperwork allows a potential Smiley campaign to raise cash for a potential bid for governor.
Two newly minted Memphis City Council members, Michalyn Easter-Thomas and JB Smiley, Jr., see Memphis, and the U.S., as occupying a moment in history that might not come again.
Every year, the Memphis Flyer recognizes twenty young leaders who will help shape the future of our city. This year included our very own JB Smiley,
Release: It’s Official! Attorney JB Smiley, Jr. Announces Comprehensive Plan For Livable Neighborhoods In District 8
Contact: The Committee to Elect JB Smiley, Jr. Amber Sherman – Campaign Manager 901.612.1559 www.votejbsmiley.com ATTY JB SMILEY, JR ANNOUNCES CANDIDACY FOR SHELBY COUNTY