Rev. Harold D. Johnson, Sr., is pleased to announce his candidacy for Daphne City Council, District 3. Johnson has passionately worked in community engagement and advocacy for over 45 years. A resident of Daphne for 37 years, he’s sought to improve the region through ministry and community-based initiatives.
A licensed insurance agent since 1972; Rev. Johnson held various administrative and managerial positions throughout his career before retiring five years ago. In his current role as president of The Park City Civic Club, Rev. Johnson has partnered with current District 3 Representative, John Lake, to replace aging septic tanks with city sewage and place sidewalks around Park City.
Johnson would like to bring a renewable energy initiative to District 3, reducing energy bills and saving residents money. He will advocate for the development of supplemental parks and/or recreation facilities within our district, while bolstering additional walkways along Highway 98.
Founding pastor and current Senior Pastor of Ruth Missionary Baptist Church (RMBC), Johnson intensely promotes community involvement. His outreach to troubled teens has helped them recognize the need for strong relationships with law enforcement and their community.
He is a strong proponent of transparency in local government and champions’ responsible development. Reverend Johnson is endorsed by John Lake, current council member of District 3 and mayoral candidate for Daphne, AL.
Rev. Johnson and his wife, Maxine K. Johnson, have four sons, Harold Jr., Quinton (Denesha), Dennis (Taniya), and Noel. They are the proud grandparents of Kira Nicole (12) and Quinton Jr. (7).
Municipal elections will be held Aug. 23, 2016. For more information, contact Harold D. Johnson at 251-709-2510
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