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About Jacquelyn McMiller

Jacquelyn has spent years advocating for our community. She is not a politician, she’s the voice of the people.

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Our Priorities

From affordable housing to economic development, Jacquelyn is ready to lead our community to a place of prosperity.

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Follow Jacquelyn on her historic campaign trail. Find out where her next stop will be by visiting our online calendar.

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This Is Who I Am

I grew up in Fort Myers, and like so many others I had to work hard to get to where I am today. I was the first in my family to get a college degree. I could have left, but instead I got a job and decided to raise my family right here. I spent years working and dealing with some of our cities most vulnerable people, addressing issues that are spread throughout the city limits, it didn’t scare me, it motivated me to do my part to make it better. I love our city, but I don’t love the direction it has taken, and I believe the many systemic issues need to be addressed! Many of these issues have haunted our city for generations, and now we are seeing the consequences of neglect and a failure of leadership

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From the Fort Myers News-Press

If elected, Jacquelyn McMiller would be the first black woman to lead the city. – Melissa Montoya Fort Myers News-Press

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From the Fort Myers News-Press

If elected, Jacquelyn McMiller would be the first black woman to lead the city. – Melissa Montoya Fort Myers News-Press

Jacquelyn McMiller wants to give the working class a voice.

That’s why the 55-year-old Fort Myers resident said she is running for mayor. If elected, McMiller would be the first black woman to lead the city.

McMiller was born in Midway about 60 miles northwest of Tallahassee. But her family moved to Fort Myers 50 years ago.

The seat will be vacated by Fort Myers Mayor Randy Henderson because he is running for Florida’s congressional District 19 seat. Henderson was supposed to serve two more years in his current role.

So far, McMiller will face city council members Gaile Anthony, of Ward 6, and Kevin Anderson, who represents Ward 4, in the race for mayor.

Fort Myers is scheduled to hold a primary election Aug. 18 for Wards 2, 4 and 6 and mayor. If a runoff is needed for any of the races, it would take place Nov. 3 with the general election.

So far, McMiller will face city council members Gaile Anthony, of Ward 6, and Kevin Anderson, who represents Ward 4, in the race for mayor.

Fort Myers is scheduled to hold a primary election Aug. 18 for Wards 2, 4 and 6 and mayor. If a runoff is needed for any of the races, it would take place Nov. 3 with the general election.

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Daughter of Fort Myers

” I am the proud daughter of this great city. Growing up, my parents instilled in me that education, hard work, and a strong work ethic, brings results; that I could accomplish anything regardless of my race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or financial status. My mom and dad demonstrated that determination and perseverance as a black man and woman with a 3rd and 9th grade education, respectively, could form a successful roofing business which would provide a home and haven to their children. Their sacrifice created opportunities for myself and my siblings, while allowing them to open their arms of love and adopt more from the foster system.”

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Daughter of Fort Myers

“I am the proud daughter of this great city. Growing up, my parents instilled in me that education, hard work, and a strong work ethic, brings results; that I could accomplish anything regardless of my race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or financial status. My mom and dad demonstrated that determination and perseverance as a black man and woman with a 3rd and 9th grade education, respectively, could form a successful roofing business which would provide a home and haven to their children. Their sacrifice created opportunities for myself and my siblings, while allowing them to open their arms of love and adopt more from the foster system.”

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