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Brenda Jones Defeats Complaint Brought by Christina Elizabeth Guzman of Dearborn Heights, Michigan

DETROIT – Detroit City Council President and Former Congresswoman Brenda Jones beat back a complaint brought by Christina Elizabeth Guzman of Dearborn Heights, Michigan – a complaint to disqualify and deny Brenda Jones be placed on the August ballot. The Wayne County Clerk has certified that Brenda Jones will be on the ballot for the August 4, 2020 primary election.

The decision was officially announced today that candidate Brenda Jones will appear on all ballots as a Democratic Candidate for Congress in Michigan’s 13th Congressional District. The Campaign to Return Brenda Jones to Congress submitted nearly 1,500 signatures by the filing date, which was well beyond the threshold of the 500 signatures required.

The question is why would Christina Elizabeth Guzman of Dearborn Heights, Michigan want to keep Brenda Jones off the ballot? The Friends of Brenda Jones (now) hopes the Campaign can move past the needless waste of time and money related to Christina Elizabeth Guzman’s complaint. Additionally, the Friends of Brenda Jones believes the people should have a choice – a choice that will allow the voters to decide who should represent them as their 13th District Congressperson.

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In 2018, Brenda Jones was elected to complete the Honorable John Conyers, Jr.’s term. Despite a brief five-week tenure, Former Congresswoman Jones voted 77 times and sponsored two pieces of legislation, while representing Michigan’s 13th Congressional District. Brenda Jones is running to return to the U.S. House of Representatives as Michigan’s 13th District Congresswoman because she believes the residents of the District deserve more.

Brenda Jones Endorses Joe Biden for President

DETROIT – Today, Detroit City Council President and Former Congresswoman Brenda Jones formally endorsed Joe Biden for president. As a leader who is always fighting for her constituents, Former Congresswoman Jones said, “Former Vice President Joe Biden has a proven record of fighting for the people. His solid experience, exemplary leadership, and empathy for the people are the attributes required of our next president in order to bring our country together, so we can recover from the failed policies of the Trump era.”

Jones maintains the issues she supports strongly align with Biden’s such as increasing the minimum wage, affordable housing, paid sick leave, veterans’ issues, and gun control. Former Vice President Biden has stated that health care is personal to him. Likewise, health care is personal for Detroit City Council President Brenda Jones. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Brenda Jones tested positive. Fortunately, Jones did not experience many of the horrific symptoms associated with the coronavirus. Equally as important, Jones considers herself blessed because she has health care coverage. Former Vice President Biden has adamantly pledged to continue to “… build on the Affordable Care Act.” If the people of Michigan’s 13th Congressional District will honor Brenda Jones by returning her to Congress as their Representative, Jones pledges to fight for universal health care for the District’s residents and all Americans – because health care should be an American right not a privilege!
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In 2018, Brenda Jones was elected to complete the Honorable John Conyers, Jr.’s term. Despite a brief five-week tenure, Former Congresswoman Jones voted 77 times and sponsored two pieces of legislation while representing the 13th District. Brenda Jones seeks to return to Michigan’s 13th Congressional District because she believes the residents of the District deserve more.

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Former Congresswoman Brenda Jones Test Positive
for COVID-19

Former Congresswoman Brenda Jones Test Positive for COVID-19. Brenda is doing her part by remaining isolated, and will continue to follow her doctor’s orders. Fortunately, because she is not experiencing any of the horrific symptoms associated with the coronavirus, she will continue working remotely from home. Brenda advise everyone to take the coronavirus seriously, to frequently wash their hands, to participate in social distancing, to be safe and take care of themselves and their families.
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In 2018, Brenda Jones was elected to complete the Honorable John Conyers, Jr.’s term. Despite a brief five-week tenure, Former Congresswoman Jones voted 77 times and sponsored two pieces of legislation while representing the 13th District. Brenda Jones seeks to return to Michigan’s 13th Congressional District because she believes the residents of the District deserve more.

BRENDA JONES 2018 CONGRESSIONAL INAUGURATION

Endorsed By

Bishop J. Drew Sheard, Greater Emmanuel Institution COGIC

Superintendent Ronald Griffin, Pastor, Rose of Sharon COGIC

Superintendent Marcus Ways, COGIC National Vice Chairperson of Pastor & Elders

 

My Promise

“I will work to ensure your quality of life is not determined by your zip code.”

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Friends of Brenda Jones
P.O. Box 21146
Detroit, MI 48221

313-576-6686
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