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I've worked with Jerry Maynard up close. Jerry fights for what he believes and then works with you to get something done to help people. We worked together to reform city contracting until women and minority-owned businesses had more opportunities across the city. We brought the sounds to North Nashville, and I greatly admire what Jerry did to help save National General Hospital. Jerry has a rare combination. He's a fighter, he's an uniter, and he's a leader.

Karl Dean Former Mayor of Nashville, TN

I have known Jerry since before 2004, when I named him to be the first and only Deputy Chairman of the TN Democratic Party. I called on Jerry because he was and is a stalwart believer and protector of human rights. Jerry has always been and remains loyal, trustworthy, diligent, and dependable.

Bob Tuke Attorney and Founder, Trauger & Tuke

His approach is fearless and effective. You don't get things done by going along to get along. You must have the courage to stand up to the mayor, the governor, or the CEO. You also need to be able to work with anyone to make something happen for the community. Nashville General and The National Museum for African American Music are great examples of where Jerry's fearless effectiveness got big wins for our community.

Sharon Hurt Metro Nashville Councilwoman At-Large


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