Meet MAAR's Supported Candidates

City of Memphis Municipal Election 2019

 Association News, Governmental Affairs

Published Friday, September 13, 2019

Three Voting Booths with American Flag in Background

As part of our ongoing commitment to advocating for private property rights and homeownership, the MAAR Governmental Affairs Committee spent several weeks interviewing multiple candidates running for elected office within the City of Memphis.

After careful consideration, their recommendations were sent to the MAAR Board of Directors and approved. Below is the list of candidates in the upcoming municipal election that MAAR feels will serve in the best interests of the real estate industry and the community at large.

If you have questions about this process, please contact Governmental Affairs & Industry Relations Director Ken Scroggs.


MAAR's Supported Candidates
City of Memphis Municipal Election 2019

Mayor of Memphis

Headshot of Incumbent Jim Strickland
Jim Strickland

District 1

Headshot of Sherman Greer
Sherman Greer

District 2

Headshot of Incumbent Frank Colvett, Jr.
Frank Colvett, Jr.

District 5

Headshot of Worth Morgan
Worth Morgan

District 6

Headshot of Edmund Ford, Sr.
Edmund Ford, Sr.

District 7

Headshot of Berlin Boyd

Berlin Boyd

Headshot of Jerred Price

Jerred Price

District 8, Position 1

Headshot of Gerrie Currie
Gerrie Currie

District 8, Position 2

Headshot of Cheyenne Johnson
Cheyenne Johnson

District 9, Position 1

Headshot of Chase Carlisle
Chase Carlisle

District 9, Position 2

Headshot of Ford Canale
Ford Canale

District 9, Position 3

Headshot of Cody Fletcher
Cody Fletcher

Early voting begins Sept. 13 and lasts until Sept. 28. Election Day is Oct. 3. You may vote at any location during the early voting period, however, you must vote at your regular polling place on Election Day.

The following resources are available via the Shelby County Election Commission.

For more information and resources about the upcoming election, visit shelbyvote.com.