Tami Brannan announces bid for Lock Haven City Council seat

Tami Brannan has announced she is running for a City Council position with the City of Lock Haven.

Brannan is married to Bre Reynolds and has two children, Anders (22) and Juno (20). Tami currently works for a tech company in a remote position. Before joining the corporate world, she taught for 15 years. She recently moved to the City of Lock Haven after living in Boise, ID for most of her life.

Tami has spent countless hours volunteering for community organizations in Boise, ID and Lock Haven. These include the Clinton County LGBTQ Network, Hope’s Dream Rescue and Sanctuary, Treefort Music Fest, St. Lukes Hospital, Boise Public Library, Lee Pesky Learning Center, Interfaith Equality Coalition and the Boy Scouts of America.

Tami believes in the City of Lock Haven and all of the wonderful opportunities available to the residents. She is passionate about uplifting communities and wants to help continue the growth Lock Haven has experienced in recent years and bring more prosperity to the city.

Her candidacy announcement said you can follow her Facebook page and Instagram ‘Tami Brannan for Lock Haven City Council’ for updates and more information.

The 2023 Primary Election is May 16. See more important election dates here and other offices up for election here.

Note: The Clinton County Democratic Committee does not endorse candidates in the primary, but makes every effort to help evenhandedly publicize individuals seeking the Democratic nomination or running on the Democratic ticket. We embrace the will of the people following the Primary Election and wholeheartedly support the nominees selected in the election process.

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