Jass Stewart
$10 will make a big difference!

As your City Councilor, I never promised the world. I simply promised results.


If you believe I've delivered on my promise, then please show your support by donating $10 my campaign. I need your help!


In just two years, I have:

  • Worked to be accessible and responsive by attending 845 events and responding to 615 calls;
  • Strengthened my opposition to the power plant by advocating for a contingency plan to ensure residents are fully protected no matter the outcome;
  • Led a trade mission to Cape Verde to help Brockton businesses enter CV's $2 billion market;
  • Voted against every tax and fee increase on the middle class and insisted that city government work smarter;
  • Put competence first, not political party, and endorsed two results-oriented Republicans;
  • Pushed through a new nepotism policy to better ensure all residents have an equal shot at city jobs;
  • Initiated new communications procedure to ensure City Councilors receive immediate, official updates about major city events;
  • Jump-started three major initiatives focused on innovation, HIV home testing, and youth entrepreneurship;
  • Passed a resolution supporting the DJ Henry family’s call for an independent investigation into their son’s tragic death;
  • Worked with Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department to secure retinal-scanning system for Brockton's police department—free of charge;
  • Respond to a water billing crisis that sparked the most comprehensive review of a city department—ever;
  • Launched five study groups that outlined concrete recommendations for accountability, jobs, education, safety, and neighborhoods;
  • Passed an ordinance requiring all city meetings to be posted online with accompanying agendas;
  • And much, much more!

I've been working for you! Now, I need your support to get reelected. Please click here to donate $10 to my campaign today!


Thank you,



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Mark your calendar now--Vote on Tuesday, November 8, 2011