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Life of conservative black woman Brenda battle Jordan

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Brenda Battle-Jordan is a member of the Genesee County Republican Executive Committee. Retired from the Flint School District, she is the longest serving member of the Westwood Heights Board of Education. She served as board president from 2008 until 2011 and is certified by the Michigan Association of School Boards. She is passionate about learning and is advancing her own education by taking a course on the U.S. Constitution through Hillsdale College. Her participation in the Tea Party movement includes the Independence Caucus, an anti-incumbent, non-affiliated group of citizens devoted to electing candidates committed to constitutional loyalty and fiscal responsibility, regardless of party..

”- Being Republican has nothing to do with skin color. It is a question of morality and quality of life. We are against abortion. We believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman. And we are for greater personal responsibility – less government interference. And that’s why we’re here, says” Brenda Battle Jordan..

Ken and I sit on the Genesee County Republican Executive Committee, we sit on the Flint Right To Life Board, I am The Former Director of Black Americans of Genesee County and I  am also the President & Dean of The Westwood Heights School Board, 2008,2009- 2010, 2011...

 

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