2021 Birmingham City Election

J.T. Moore, Birmingham City Council, D4

JT Moore

Birmingham City Council, District 4

 J.T. Moore

 Age: 33

Residence: Birmingham (South Woodlawn)

Political races: None

Political experience: None

Professional experience: Woodlawn coordinator, Volunteer Lawyers Birmingham, 2019-present; manager of community partnerships, Woodlawn Foundation, 2018-19; Teen Center coordinator/programs manager/clubhouse director, A.G. Gaston Boys and Girls Club, 2012-18; blueprints mentor, Alabama Possible, 2011-12

Civic experience: I3 Academy Young Professional, 2020-present; Words on Wheels Bus, 2019-present

Education: UAB, 2012-14; University of West Alabama, 2007-08; Tuskegee University, 2006-07

 Significant endorsements: None reported

 Top contributors: Self, Loan, $1,088.09; Dominique Carreker, $1,000; Daniel Edwards, $700

 Main Issues: Restoring power to citizens; building synergy among citizens through Neighborhood Association, equipping them with information, and working with them to address the issues in their neighborhoods; addressing public safety issues by developing block watches that partner with police and issue specific nonprofit organizations to make significant impact in communities; taking responsibility for establishing ways to promote pride in the district through beautification, celebrating both individuals and blocks within neighborhoods that showcase pride in the pride; finding ways to make it easier for residents to acquire vacant lots through the Land Bank Authority; working to establish a dedicated entertainment space for young people.

 Campaign: moorefor4.com