Brooklyn Park, Minn. (Aug. 18, 2014) — On August 12, 2014 Reva Chamblis made history as the first African American female candidate to win the Brooklyn Park East District City Primary for City Council.
The top two vote getters in the Brooklyn Park primaries are entered as candidates in the general election. Chamblis will now face off against Terry Parks in the general election.
Chamblis, a 14 year resident of Brooklyn Park seeking the open East District City Council seat, is running on a grassroots platform of “Prosperity and Equity.”
Over the last 14 years as a Brooklyn Park resident, Chamblis has been active within the community from volunteer work to currently sitting on Brooklyn Park’s Human Right Commission, its Public Safety Task Force and its Core Planning Committee.
Chamblis and her campaign team are now turning their sights to the general election and are excited to connect with Brooklyn Park voters on the issues that matter to them most.