We have momentum carrying us in the direction we want Amarillo to go. Once that boulder starts rolling downhill, momentum becomes what matters most: more than the strength it took to get it started and more than any barrier it might encounter on the downhill journey.

LET’S KEEP MOVING AMARILLO FORWARD!
I humbly ask for your continued support on May 4th!

We have momentum carrying us in the direction we want Amarillo to go. And once that boulder starts rolling downhill, momentum becomes what matters most: more than the strength it took to get it started and more than any barrier on it might encounter on the downhill journey.
I want to partner with you to continue the momentum you started in our city and am asking for your vote in the upcoming 2019 City elections.

Meet Ginger Nelson

Ginger Nelson’s core principles of faith, family and hard work are deeply rooted in the Texas Panhandle and drive her desire to serve the community and bring fresh leadership and much needed reforms to the Amarillo City Council.

Meet Ginger Nelson

Ginger Nelson’s core principles of faith, family and hard work are deeply rooted in the Texas Panhandle and drive her desire to serve the community and bring fresh leadership and much needed reforms to the Amarillo City Council.

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City of Amarillo Mayor Ginger Nelson Announces Re-Election Campaign

Myhighplains.com December 5th, 2018  Amarillo Mayor Ginger Nelson has announced she's seeking re-election for mayor of Amarillo. Nelson says she wants to take advantage of the momentum in the city with the economic growth and several projects like the Civic Center. She went on to say how every voice in [...]
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Police Association Backs Ginger Nelson

Amarillo Globe-News Apr. 6, 2017 The Amarillo Police Officer’s Association announced it will endorse candidates in four of the five city council seats up for election on May 6. The association announced Wednesday they are endorsing Ginger Nelson for mayor; Elaine Hays for Place 1; Freda Powell for Place 2; […]

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