Friends,

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF OUR CAMPAIGN!

With your support and after months of campaigning, we’ve finally accomplished our ultimate goal of being elected the next City Council Member for At-Large Position 4! 

With your support we won the Runoff Election with 62% percent of the vote. That was the widest margin of victory for any of the At-Large races and could not have been accomplished without your commitment to our campaign and your dedication to moving our city forward!

From the beginning, this campaign has been based on moving ALL of Houston forward. Together, we worked to spread that vision across the City and together, we will implement that vision at City Hall!

I have been truly humbled by your support throughout this campaign and know that we could not have accomplished any of this without you. To everyone who made a phone call, knocked on a door, talked to a friend, or simply wished us well via social media – I sincerely thank you!

As our campaign comes to a close and the next step in this journey begins, I encourage you to remain engaged in your community and with the At-Large 4 office. My door at City Hall will always be open and I hope that you’ll stop by and say hello. It is your office too, after all!  I look forward to your partnership as I serve as the City Council Member for At-Large Position 4.

On behalf our entire campaign team, we thank you for your continued support and partnership in this journey to move all of Houston forward!

Now let’s get to work!

Amanda K. Edwards

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 10, 2015                                                                              

HOUSTON - Today, Amanda K. Edwards announced her candidacy for Houston City Council, At-Large Position 4. This is an open seat race to succeed Council Member C.O. "Brad" Bradford, who is term limited and cannot run again.

“I am passionate about building communities through public service,” Edwards said. "Houston faces critical challenges and key opportunities, and I am running for City Council to be part of long-term solutions that will move all of Houston forward."

Amanda K. Edwards is an attorney and native Houstonian with a strong commitment to community service. She has served as President of the Board of Directors for Project Row Houses in the Historical Third Ward community and on numerous other civic boards and committees, including Texas Lyceum, Crisis Intervention of Houston, Texas One Voice: A Health and Human Services Collaborative and the Houston Area Urban League Young Professionals.

"My campaign will focus on improving Houston's aging infrastructure and transportation system, strengthening our economy and the city's fiscal health, protecting public safety, and improving quality of life for all Houstonians."

Amanda currently practices law at Bracewell & Giuliani LLP in Houston, where she solves complex issues relating to tax-exempt bond financings, public-private partnerships, community development projects, and non-profit organizations. 

Amanda is a graduate of Eisenhower High School in Aldine ISD and Emory University in Atlanta, where she earned a degree in political science, served as student body president for the college, and was inducted into the Emory Hall of Fame.  Amanda earned a J.D. from Harvard Law School, where she served as a Criminal Justice Institute student attorney, chaired the Harvard Black Law Students Association Spring Conference and was awarded the Elaine Osborne Jacobson Award for her commitment to serving underserved populations in the healthcare law arena. 

Amanda is a graduate of the Center for Houston’s Future Business/Civic Leadership Forum, Leadership Houston, and the United Way’s Project Blueprint. She resides in Midtown and attends St. Monica Catholic Church in Acres Homes. For more information, please visit www.edwardsforhouston.com.

Media Contact:
Keir Murray
713-553-8348
klm@klmhouston.com

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