"Your support since March has been nothing short of inspirational. Although we didn't achieve our electoral goal, the hope and belief you placed in our shared dream is undiminished. Thank you for every act of faith, every conversation, and every contribution. Together, we remain steadfast." J.W. Gibson
Why I'm Running
Like many of us, I’ve been up, and I’ve been down. I know how to overcome the barriers and roadblocks that face the City of Memphis, I’ve been through those challenges, they are my life story. We have sought input from the community on how we move forward in addressing the critical issues and opportunities facing our City. We invite your input as we move forward in creating collaborative efforts with all stakeholders throughout the community. It's time for a new tune for Memphis.
On the Priorities
We have to find a solution
in our city, that starts with...
JW Gibson believes it is time to reinvest in Memphis and its people. We have heard from so many people about where the focus should be toward making for a better Memphis. JW promises to make your priorities his priorities because together, we can bring forward a new tune for Memphis.
In Other News
FEBRUARY 6, 2023 - PRESS RELEASE
J.W. GIBSON CONTRIBUTES $300,000 TO HIS MAYORAL CAMPAIGN
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MEMPHIS, TN—Most successful entrepreneurs first have a vision. Then, they usually become the first to invest in that vision. Entrepreneur and businessman J.W. Gibson
JANUARY 26, 2023 - PRESS RELEASE
"COMMUNITY LEADER JW GIBSON RESPONDS TO THE CHARGING OF OFFICERS IN THE DEATH OF TYRE NICHOLS"
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Contact: Kendra Lee, Campaign Manager
JW Gibson, a local businessman and community leader who has worked to revitalize Memphis and protect...
DECEMBER 15, 2022 - PRESS RELEASE
BUSINESSMAN J.W. GIBSON II PLANNING RUN FOR MEMPHIS MAYOR
Memphis Commercial Appeal
Memphis businessman J.W. Gibson II filed paperwork to run for Memphis mayor this week, joining the still-growing field for the 2023 mayoral election.
Gibson's entry into the race had been rumored for weeks. His filing of a form showing the appointment of former Greater Memphis Chamber President Beverly Robertson as treasurer — an essential step to raise money for a mayoral run — confirms his bid.