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This Is Our Moment...

This is our moment. This is our time. Our time to turn the page on the policies of the past. Our time to bring new energy and new ideas to the challenges that we face. Our time to offer a new direction.

  ~ Barack Obama

Intention and Innovation

Intention and Innovation are needed to solve issues related inequality in our city. As your Councilman I will lead on these issues, seeking innovative solutions to bring prosperity to every corner of the 10th District. In a city that has boasted black leadership for over 40 years these statistics are an indictment on our city. If we want better results we MUST choose better leadership!

Public Safety

I have some thoughts on public safety. While others are content with symbolic actions I will lead on this issue, working to solve the root causes of crime in our city. It is #OurTime for leaders who stand for proactive solutions! 

The Elephant in the room

I fully expected that I would have serious differences with my opponent on policy. I was not prepared for dangerous lie that have gotten black men in our community killed in the past. In this election the current Councilwoman is focused on distraction, I am focused on you!


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Voice of the people

Jason Hudgins

Why I Am Running:

I’m Jason Hudgins and I am running for Atlanta City Council District 10 because Atlanta needs more proactive problem solvers on the City Council. The challenges that face our city like crumbling roads, rising crime, gaps in equity, and displacement can all be traced to the same central issue. Our leaders are more committed to reacting to our challenges than they are to preventing them in the first place. 

As a neighborhood president and NPU Chairman I’ve worked to protect legacy neighbors and institutions from displacement,  supported the growth of locally owned businesses, and pushed for smarter development that favors communities and not developers. 

I believe that solutions should not stop at the border of neighborhoods. Your zip code or neighborhood income should not determine how responsive city hall is to you. 

I’m inviting you to join this movement at jason4atl.com this is our moment and with your help we will make this Atlanta’s time.

Email: Jason@Jason4Atl.com