DISTRICT 2: Victoria Jackson running to inspire regular folk


DISTRICT 2: Victoria Jackson running to inspire regular folk

Victoria Jackson of Thompsones Station is running for the Williamson County Commission for the first time this year with the intention of keeping the community fiscally in check. She is also a proponent for teaching the Bible in schools and banning Common Core.

Victoria Jackson of Thompsones Station is running for the Williamson County Commission for the first time this year with the intention of keeping the community fiscally in check. She is also a proponent for teaching the Bible in schools and banning Common Core.

  • Party affiliation: Independent, Tea Party
  • Residence: Thompsones Station
  • Education: Bachelor of Arts from Palm Beach Atlantic University
  • Family: Husband Paul and two childrenee
  • Work: Actress, writer
  • Religion: Christian e

BHP: Why are you running?

Victoria Jackson: I want to inspire other moms and regular folk to get involved in the political process. The government should be run by the people, not by politicians. I want to be part of the solution to the problems in our town, county and country. I want to help bring our country back to the founding fathers’ principles of personal responsibility, fiscal responsibility and less regulation from the government. I am for small business and less taxes. How do we pay the Williamson County debt without raising taxes? Cut waste and sell assets. Sell the hospital. The government should not be involved in private sector business. I am concerned for my children’s future in a county that is over $600 million in debt, and a country that is over $17 trillion in debt.

What are the top issues you would like to address/advocate for if elected?

I care about my neighbors and their concerns, i.e. the rezoning, which is keeping children from going to the school they grew up in, they can see from their doorstep and their friends still attend. There is a traffic jam problem due to poor planning and the quick growth of this county.

I have a deep faith in Jesus Christ and believe our schools should teach the Bible as one of the books on their reading list. We must get rid of Common Core as soon as possible; get rid of many of the textbooks that contain lies, errors and socialist propaganda.

Why should citizens vote for you?

I’m transparent. I listen. I’m not a career politician. I’m well informed and not afraid to admit I don’t know everything. I am a quick learner.

I believe the Ten Commandments should be in our courts, schools and in our hearts.

I love the people and the rolling hills and farmland in this county. I’ve been welcomed with open arms and love. There was a Bible in the lobby of my dentist’s office. Along with the rest of my new and old friends here, we mostly want to keep Williamson County just like it is.

Visit victoriajackson.com for more information.

Jessica Pace covers Williamson County, Williamson County Schools and the Town of Nolensville for BrentWord Communications. Contact her at jess@brentwoodhomepage.com or follow her on Twitter @Jess_Marie_Pace.

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