• Real Time

  • Issues

    Looking a little deeper at the issues facing Jackson.

    JACKSON HOLE, WYO –Jessica Chambers announced Saturday at the Teton County Democratic Party Convention that she will again run for a seat on the Jackson Town Council. Chambers’ run for Town Council in 2016 was stopped short in the general election after she moved on from the primary. “I see a...
    April 23, 2018
    Jessica Chambers, a national committeewoman for the Democratic National Committee, chairwoman of the progressive caucus in the Wyoming Democratic Party and a part-time preschool teacher, announced during the Wyoming Democratic Convention on Saturday that she will run for Town Council. Chambers...
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  • Jessica Chambers

    Putting Community First

    Respectful. Capable. Genuine. Determined.

    Raised in Pittsburgh by a truck driver and a nurse, Jessica has been sticking up for her friends and neighbors since she was a young woman and got 'kicked out' of her all-girls Catholic High School. Jessica continued her advocacy work in Harlem at the City College of New York for International Studies, followed by the University of Southern California for Urban Education, and then beyond.

     

    Jackson's been her home since 2010 and her striving spirit for equality, accountability, transparency, a focus on common interests, and non-polarizing dialogue is alive and well.

     

    After their mom died in 2009, Jessica won custody of her brothers. In 2012, they lost their father to his battle with alcoholism and addiction. Jessica knows every day is a blessing and an opportunity. Community support came in many forms and she wants to ensure others receive the same.
    A vibrant and thriving Jackson rests on ensuring Jackson's community members are priority number one.


    Jessica's been working hard for transparency, accountability, and true representation. Elect her to Jackson's Town Council to give every community member a voice.

    Respetuosa. Auténtica. Capaz. Determinada.

    Criada en Pittsburgh por un conductor de camiones y una enfermera, Jessica ha estado defendiendo a sus amigos y vecinos desde que era una mujer joven y fue “expulsada” de su escuela católica para niñas. Jessica continuo abogando sus causas en Harlem donde atendió la Universidad de la Ciudad de Nueva York Para los estudios internacionales, seguido por la universidad de California del Sur para la educación. Y aun mas allá.

     

    Jackson ha sido su hogar desde el 2010 y sus esfuerzos para asegurar igualdad, responsabilidad, transparencia, un enfoque en los intereses comunes y el diálogo no polarizado sigue siendo una gran parte de su carácter.

     

    Después de que falleció su madre en el 2009, Jessica gano la batalla de custodia de sus hermanos menores. En 2012, ellos perdieron a su padre debido a su batalla con la adición y el alcoholismo. Jessica sabe que cada día es una bendición y una oportunidad. El apoyó de la comunidad vino en varias formas para ella, y quiere asegurar que otras personas tengan lo mismo.


    Un vibrante y próspero Jackson descansa en asegurar que los miembros de la comunidad de Jackson son No.1. Jessica ha estado trabajando duro por la transparencia, la rendición de cuentas, y una representación verdadera. Elíjela para concejal la ciudad de Jackson para dar a cada miembro de la comunidad Voz.

    Jackson's been her home since 2010 and her striving spirit for equality, accountability, transparency, a focus on common interests, and non-polarizing dialogue is alive and well.

  • Primary & Election Days

    Please get out and vote!

    Primary Election Early Voting Starts July 6th through August 20th

    The absentee polling site is open Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. during Primary, General, and Special elections. It is located downstairs in the Administration Building on 200 S. Willow. You may request an absentee ballot to mail in if you are unable to come into the polling place. For more info click HERE

     

    Primary Election - Absentee Polling Site is open from July 6, 2018 to August 20, 2018.

     

    General Election - Absentee Polling Site is open from September 21, 2018 to November 5, 2018.

     

     

     

     

    Election Day You Must Vote for Jess!

    On August 21st, 2018 you must vote for Jessica in the Primary Election!

     

    You must get out and vote again for the general election that will occur on November 6th, 2018 (General Election Day)!

     

    You may vote at ANY one of the following Vote Centers from 7:00 a.m to 7:00 p.m. regardless of where you live in Teton County:

    TETON COUNTY LIBRARY
    125 Virginian Ln, Jackson, WY
    TETON COUNTY/JACKSON RECREATION CENTER
    155 E. Gill Ave., Jackson, WY
    OLD WILSON SCHOOLHOUSE COMMUNITY CENTER 
    5655 Main St., Wilson, WY
    TETON COUNTY WEED & PEST BUILDING
    7575 US-89, Jackson, WY
    ALTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    15 Alta School Rd., Alta, WY
    MORAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
    501 Moran Ct., Moran, WY

     

    For more information on the voting centers, click HERE.

  • Foundations/Fundamentos

    Community

    • Surrounds, sustains, and insulates us

    • Preserves character & charm

    • All community members have rights and value

    • Diversity strengthens us

    • Includes conservation and sustainability

    • Cooperative & collaborative

    Housing
    • Town as home
    • Denser, smarter
    • Housing insecurity is bad for business
    • Live. Work. Vote. Thrive.
    • For the workforce
    • Renter's rights
    • Benefits Town of Jackson
    Transportation
    • Smart START expansion
    • Local focus
    • Sensible routes, zoning, & development
    • Prudent parking & lots
    • Commit to decongest
    • Incentivize fewer cars
    • Forward-looking and pedestrian-friendly
    Quality of Life
    • High-quality services
    • Responsible stewardship of land and people
    • Health, safety, and well-being
    • Accessible services and government
    • Civility, respect, compassion
    • Everyone has enough
    • Conversations about revenue NOW

    Comunidad

    • Viene Primero
    • Nos rodea, sostiene, e ínsula
    • Preserva carácter y encanto
    • Todos los miembros de la comunidad tienen derechos y valor
    • La diversidad nos hace mas fuertes
    • Incluye conservación y sostenibilidad
    • Cooperativamente y Colaborativa   
    Vivienda
    • Observa el pueblo como un “hogar"
    • Hay dos “centros” del pueblo alrededor de las oficinas postales ‘vieja’, y ‘nueva’
    • Asequible = Trabajadores = Un Pueblo
    • Trabaja. Vive. Vota. Prospera.
    • Derechos para dueños de propiedades y para inquilinos
    • Inseguridad de vivienda es malo para los negocios
    • Beneficia el pueblo de Jackson
    Transportación
    • Expansión de el sistema Smart Start
    • Enfoque local
    • Rutas y desarrollo sensatos
    • Estacionamientos prudentes
    • Incentivar menos caros en el pueblo
    • Debemos ver hacia el futuro

    Calidad de vida

    • Servicios de alta calidad
    • El manejo responsable de la tierra
    • La salud, la seguridad, y el bienestar
    • Servicios accesibles y el gobierno
    • Civilidad , respeto, compasión
    • Todo el mundo tiene suficiente
    • Conversaciones sobre los ingresos AHORA
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