Latest updates from the campaign:
Reality TV star Capt. Sandy Yawn set her sights on opening a new restaurant on the site of a historic Jacksonville building, but preservationists have concerns. Two years ago, Yawn bought a century-old LaVilla building with plans to transform it into a restaurant, but she found mold, a caved-in roof and huge renovation costs. Yawn planned to demolish the building, but that plan is now on hold. The Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission has ordered a historic review of this structure.
Kim Pryor talks about her PRYORities on The Impact Radio Show presented by the Florida Star on Victory WCGL.
‘Re-elect’ Reggie Gaffney Jr. sign removed after opposing candidate raised concerns it misled voters
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — A campaign sign for Jacksonville City Council District 7 candidate Reggie Gaffney Jr. has been taken down after an opposing candidate shared photos of the sign online.
The sign in question read, ‘Re-elect Reggie Gaffney Jr.” but Gaffney Jr. has never held elected office, let alone the seat he’s running for.
District 7 candidate Kim Pryor was livid when she saw the sign suggesting Reggie Gaffney Jr. was an incumbent candidate.