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Get to Know Juanita Johnson

Get to Know Juanita Johnson

Juanita Johnson is a candidate for Omaha City Council, District 2. She Is a long-time resident of District 2., where she serves as President, Long School Neighborhood Association; She is also the founder and President, 24th Street Corridor Alliance. Juanita has one son, Mickiel, that she raised here in Omaha.
Throughout the years Juanita has worked in several occupations in Omaha, starting to work at the age of 16. She is currently working as an accomplished Information Technology (IT) professional for more than 20 years. She is a longtime member of Blacks In Government, (BIG). BIG is a national organization based in Washington DC. committed to insuring fairness in the work force for Black employees in State Federal and Local government. She has held elected offices at the local and national level the of BIG for more than 30 years. Juanita understands the challenges of running a successful enterprise. She Knows District 2’s rich history local talent and recognizes the Districts potential.
Juanita is committed to Public Safety for District 2, to improving economic empowerment for District 2 and committed to improving the lives of residents within the district. She is eager and ready to assist District 2. in reaching its potential.
Juanita has received endorsements from District 2 primary election runner candidates: Johnathan Latham, Steve Abrams, and David Mitchell. She has also been endorsed by the Nebraska Serra Club, Nebraska Legislature Senator, Justin Wayne, and Senator Terrell McKinney.
Following is a brief recap of Juanita Johnson’s Platform:

• With equal opportunity and implementation of city
services for all districts.
• Improve Communication between City Government/

• Jobs…Jobs…Jobs
• Bring Businesses and Corporations back to District 2
• Increase/Create opportunities for entrepreneurship
• Increase Home Ownership

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