Thank you for allowing me to serve you. It is entirely about public service and improving your quality of life. During early voting or on November 4th please vote for Joe Bryan for Wake County Commissioner.
“The large part clearly is in education between building schools and also the operating budget. But then in human services, which is the second largest area of our budget. There’s 120,000 that are living in poverty in Wake County. So, we’re the safety net for those people,” Bryan said.
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Joe is very pleased to receive the endorsement of the North Carolina Voters for Animal Welfare. North Carolina Voters for Animal Welfare is a state-wide political action committee (PAC) dedicated to improving the care and treatment of all animals by electing legislators that will pass laws to protect animals.North Carolina Voters for Animal Welfare (NCVAW) has advocated since 2004 for pro-animal policies. In order to pass strong laws that protect North Carolina’s animals, it is critical to engage in the electoral process as a non-partisan organization. As animal issues are non-partisan, so is NCVAW.
Kim Parker issued the following statement endorsing Joe Bryan for Wake County Commissioner:
Joe has been a compassionate leader who understands the importance of having a humane community. He has worked tirelessly with animal advocates to develop positive steps that have made Wake County a more welcoming place to live. When we first began discussions in the fall of 2009 about how to save more lives at our county shelter, Joe was the first to sign on and give his support. He set up meetings and listened intently to ensure that he had a full understanding of the issues. He championed a change (working with both Republicans and Democrats) in our ordinance that now allows for TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) for community cats in Wake County. This has been a significant improvement that has saved hundreds of cats in our county. Joe has supported the hiring and retention of shelter staff who are dedicated to saving lives and creating model shelter programs. Additionally, Joe was instrumental in adding language to the Wake County Board of Commissioners’ goals that supports a lifesaving mission for animals. Joe will continue to help us build a strong community that is respectful of the valuable role animals play in the livability of our community.
Ann Akland issued the following statement endorsing Joe Bryan for Wake County Commissioner:
Speaking personally, Gerry & I are proud to endorse Joe Bryan for Wake County Commissioner. We have known Joe & his wife, Jennifer, and family for many years. As mental health advocates, we have followed the work of the Wake County Commissioners very closely. Joe is very careful and deliberate when it comes to spending taxpayer dollars. He takes his job seriously and asks tough questions. And he is a smart leader with many years of experience tackling tough issues that have positioned Wake County to be recognized as a wonderful place to live, go to school, and do business. And for anyone who has a disabled family member as Gerry and I do, you probably already know that Joe has compassion, a willingness to listen, and a history of supporting essential crisis services for people with disabilities. Please make a special effort to get out on election day to cast your vote for another term for Joe Bryan an outstanding Wake County Commissioner. We can’t afford to lose his leadership and experience.
Counties across the country are conducting Community Needs Health Assessments (CNHA) as required by law. Wake County, North Carolina has achieved great success in not only building and sustaining partnership to conduct their CNHA, but also to using it to improve the health of their community. Tune in to hear Wake County Chairman Joe Bryan and Regina Petteway, Director for the Division of Administration, discuss their county’s approach and how the CNHA serves as a foundation for fostering and promoting good health.
Please join us at the Crafty Beer Shop at 2003 Fairview Road, Raleigh for a Sign Party. Grab a yard sign and meet Joe.