Charles N. Taylor, Jr.
Candidate for Justice of the Peace, Precinct # 2 (Northeast El Paso)
Self Employed (building contractor)
NUMBER ONE CAMPAIGN FOCUS
To address issues in a holistic and pro-active manner; provide convenient hours for working people; establish a referral network with other community services in order to assist persons; encourage and support joint endeavors to solve problems within the Precinct; partnership with the schools to promote youth compliance/help at-risk students; handle all matters before the court in accordance with the law; assist business in mediating disputes; assist the development of new court for veterans with post combat related stress problems; and, maintain a friendly business environment that is open to public scrutiny.
WHAT SETS YOU APART FROM YOUR OPPONENT?
Diverse experiences… Master of Arts: Health Service Management; Certification, Texas Education Agency, Education Administration – Mid Management; Bachelor of Science: Education – Special Education (Generic) and Sociology; Bachelor of Science: Criminal Justice; Associate of Science – Law Enforcement; Diploma: Missile Electronic Materiel Maintenance Technician; Certification: Massage Therapist
RELEVANT EXPERIENCE THAT QUALIFIES YOU FOR THE POSITION YOU SEEK
Detention officer; Personal Recognizance Bond Officer; Case Worker Pre-trial Diversion; Coordinator Safety and Security; Director, State of Texas Forensic Psychiatric Unit; Director Adolescent, Adult Chemical Dependency and Partial Hospital; Chief Purchasing and Supply Officer; Restaurant Owner; Special Education Teacher, Hospital Class and Resource Class; Owner, Building Construction Company; and; 22-year U.S. Army retired Veteran.
DESCRIBE A MOMENT THAT CHANGED YOUR LIFE
Recognizing that a high school dropout would have a minimum of opportunities for upward mobility.