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  • I’m no stranger to tragedy and death—but, in spite of it I consider myself lucky—for two reasons: first, in the sense that with all of the difficulties I’ve faced, I’ve been lucky to have privilege and safety nets that others less fortunate than me do not have; and second, I’m lucky because I know without a doubt how priceless it is to have a home, and family and friends and neighbors. I’m running for Town Council because I know not everyone has the privilege I have; because not everyone in Jackson has time with their families; and because there are many people who are a blink away from some kind of disaster with their housing, job, health or otherwise—all while others in the community want for nothing! I’m running because I know having a home, family, friends and neighbors are important to all of us.

     

    My focus is on strengthening the community and refocusing our energy and attention on the people who are scraping by, who support this place with their sweat and time, who do not have safety nets. Everyone in Jackson can have ‘enough’ but it requires political will and courageous action; It will take saying “yes.” Yes in my backyard. Yes to protecting people. Yes to local government stepping up. Yes, we care about all people in Jackson. Yes, our environment matters. I promise I will say “yes” because when we all have enough—we’ll all have enough and all of Jackson will be stronger. I ask you to vote for Jessica Sell Chambers for Town Council November 6th.

  • 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...
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  • Where and When to Vote

    It matters.

    Early Voting for the General Election:

    September 21st through November 5th

    The absentee polling site is open Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

     

    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

     

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

    Election Day You Must Vote for Jess!

    YOU MAY REGISTER THE SAME DAY, just bring a valid ID.

     

    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 LIBRARY BRANCH

    50 Alta School Rd, Alta, WY

     

    For more information on the voting centers, click HERE.

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