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Volunteer Spotlight: Tessa Spaulding

By Berke For Mayor | February 17, 2017

Meet Tessa Spaulding. Tessa has been an active member in our community for years, and when she’s not campaigning you can find her cooking delicious food for causes throughout the city Tessa and her husband, Brett, are two of the Berke Campaign’s most dedicated volunteers. Tessa recently stepped up to become a Volunteer Organizer for…

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Volunteer Spotlight: Nick Mastilovic

By Andy Berke | February 4, 2017

Nick Mastilovic is a 9th grader who dedicates most of his free time contributing to our community and being a social activist. Recently, Nick has helped the campaign in any way that is needed – whether it’s assembling signs, making hours of calls or canvassing. The other day I was talking with Nick and asked…

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Andy Berke | Building a Safer City

By Andy Berke | January 25, 2017
Andy on a porch with a family

Every person in our community needs to feel safe. It’s hard to sit out on your porch or visit a neighbor if you’re worried about falling victim to crime. Over the last few years, I have pushed to make sure we do everything we can to provide the safety and security all Chattanoogans deserve. Whether…

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Andy Berke: Building a Fairer Economy in Chattanooga

By Andy Berke | January 19, 2017

When I started my campaign for Mayor over 4 years ago, I laid out a vision of Chattanooga that I still believe in today: a city with small businesses popping up on every corner; a place where no matter what zip code you live in, you have the tools you need to get a job.…

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Andy Berke: Making Every Chattanooga Neighborhood a Great Place to Live

By Andy Berke | January 7, 2017

Everyone wants a great place to live. In Chattanooga, I want that to be the case no matter what zip code you live in. Making neighborhoods strong not only improves housing and quality of life, it also improves the economy around the neighborhood. That’s why over the past four years I’ve worked each day to…

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