Ready To Lead
Uniquely Qualified To Serve The People of Shelby County
With over 40 years of public service to the citizens of Shelby County, Eddie Jones is ready to lead.
With a law enforcement, budgetary and legislative background, Eddie Jones is not only uniquely qualified for the role, but he’s also the best person for the job as your next General Sessions Court Clerk.
As a County Commissioner, he’s kept hard working people out of jail and saved taxpayers tens of millions of dollars.
As General Sessions Court Clerk, Eddie Jones will Reform, Redefine, and Create social justice programs to bring change to a captive system.
This means he will work with Judges on pretrial release and bail reform, as well as partner with corporations and organizations that support second chance programs in improving the efficiency of the expungement process.
But we need your support to put him in office and bring us one step closer to having a more just court system.
The people of Shelby County are standing with Eddie Jones.
Advocate for The People
A 40 year History of Serving the Public
Allocated over $10 Million to our communities
Sponsored resolutions contributing to various community service projects, scholarships programs, community redevelopments projects and established a Shelby County Blight Initiative program to assist homeowners with minor home repairs.
Made MLK day a county holiday
Sponsored a resolution to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a Holiday for Shelby County employees after 50 years without one.
Minority Women Business Enterprise
Sponsored the resolution to create the Minority Women Business Enterprise for Shelby County Government.
Sponsored the resolution to provide $166,500 for the 2019 Tornado victims in Parkway Village and Fox Meadows.
A nationally recognized Leader
President Elect of the National Association of Black County Elected Officials.
Term begins July 2020.
Record of Excellence
Achievements and Accolades that speak to Character
A respected leader in the community, who has been honored for his dedication to identifying and solving issues in Shelby County.
April 4th Foundation Open Door Award
The People's Candidate
A Candidate of the People, by the People, and for the People
Supported by our community leaders.
IBEW Local 1288
Representing the interests of MLGW workers.
IBEW's cause is one of Human Justice, Human Rights, & Human Security.
We refuse, and will always refuse, to condone or tolerate oppression of any kind.
TEAMSTER LOCAL 667
The Teamsters are known as the champion of freight drivers and warehouse workers, but have organized workers in virtually every occupation imaginable, both professional and non-professional, private sector and public sector. For more than a century, the Teamsters have been a public voice for the rights and aspirations of working men and women and a key player in securing them.
AFSCME Local 1733
America’s communities never rest. Streets need cleaning. Families need care. Students deserve well-run schools, and our neighborhoods demand safety.
That’s why people who work in public service never stop. This isn’t just a job. It’s a calling.
Memphis AFRO-AMERICAN POLICE ASSOCIATION
The mission of the Memphis Chapter of the Afro American Police Association is to promote greater respect for justice and law in the community and positive minority relations within the Memphis Police Department.
The Association stands with those supporting people's rights, fairness, justice and the elevation of any oppressed people in the world.