THE VIOLET EDWARDS CAMPAIGN DECLARES VICTORY IN THE MADISON COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 6 RACE

MAKING HISTORY – – Newly elected Madison County Commissioner, District 6, Violet Edwards

MADISON, AL — The Violet Edwards Campaign declares victory in the race for Madison County Commissioner to represent the 6th district. Ms. Edwards defeated her primary opponent by 10 points on July 14th and was not challenged for the commission seat in the general election. Ms. Edwards makes history as the first African American woman to be elected to the Madison County Commission.

“I am humbled and honored to be officially elected to the office of Madison County Commissioner for District 6. I want to take a moment and acknowledge the gravity of this moment. Becoming the first black women to serve on this commission is an honor but I hope that is also a reflection to every little boy and girl out there that with god and hard work, nothing is impossible”.

“I want to thank my family, to my husband Anthony, thank you for going on this journey with me and too our three children thank you for your constant and unending support. To my entire campaign staff and to the army of volunteers thank you for helping move our district forward.”

“The weighty and awesome responsibility to represent each and every one of my 58,000 constituents is not lost on me. To them I say thank you for trusting me with this responsibility Violet Edwards is a business owner and former journalist who has spent her career helming various non-profit groups in the Huntsville area. Ms. Edwards is a graduate of the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Ms. Edwards is a graduate of Cordova High School as well as a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. and know that each and every day I hold office I will fight for our community.”

Violet Edwards is a business owner and former journalist who has spent her career helming various non-profit groups in the Huntsville area. Ms. Edwards is a graduate of the University of Alabama and the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Ms. Edwards is a graduate of Cordova High School as well as a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.