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"Striving to fill the access gap with critical thinking and collaborative partnerships."

Jonathan Williamson is a political strategist born in Nashville, TN, with a passion for empowering community collaboration and advocating greater access towards public health policy and youth engagement. As your next Metro Councilman At-Large, Jonathan intends to inspire a forward-thinking environment within our City Council that allows All views and perspectives to be valued. Our Nashville communities are filled with growing cultures and diverse heritage, so it would be our greatest strength as a City Council to make sure that all of our voices are heard and appreciated in crafting the Nashville we want to see.

June 20, 2023

Meet Jonathan Williamson, candidate for Nashville Metro Council At-Large


The Tennessean Editorial Board invited candidates for the 2023 Metro Nashville-Davidson County municipal elections to fill out our questionnaire. They include biographical information and answers to 12 questions on variety of topics from key policy issues to their recommendation for visitors on what to see or do in the city.

March 19, 2023

New Stadium Proposal Relieves Taxpayer Burden of at Least $1.75 Billion


Nashville and Davidson County Mayor John Cooper and the Tennessee Titans announced they have agreed to terms for a new enclosed stadium that would relieve a nearly $2 billion burden on Nashville taxpayers by voiding the current lease agreement.

April 21, 2023

Gov. Lee to Call Special Session on Public Safety


Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced that he will call for the The Tennessee General Assembly to convene a special session to pass legislation that will strengthen public safety and preserve constitutional rights.

October 5, 2022

Metro Arts Renews Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion


The Metro Nashville Arts Commission believes in the power of the arts to produce a more vibrant and equitable community. We strive to ensure that all Nashvillians have access to a creative life through community investments, artist and organizational training, public art, and direct programs that involve residents in all forms of arts and culture.

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