A Voice for You.

Tonya Hancock, Rob, and Baxton


A good education is something all Americans should expect for their children, and I feel that the Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) has the opportunity to start our children out on the right foot.  I believe we need to work together to support our schools, give positive feedback as well as constructive advice, and volunteer when possible.  

Safe and Clean Neighborhoods

We all have the right to feel safe in our homes.  Our neighbors are our friends, and some are like family.   We care about them and want the best for them. Welcome our new neighbors and take care of our old ones.  Let’s all look out for each other, help those that are in need, and ask questions.

Greenways and Open Spaces

We are lucky in Madison to have one of Nashville’s best parks:  Peeler Park, and the greenways on it are due largely to the work of our former Councilperson Jim Forkum, first in 2007 on the original section, and then an expansion in 2012 with the addition of Taylor Farm.  With trails for runners, hikers, and horseback riders, the boat ramp and several overlooks allow beautiful views of the Cumberland River.  We also have Madison Community Center, Madison Little League and the school playgrounds – these community resources are essential to the health and happiness of our neighborhood. 


I have the honor of being endorsed by Nashville/Davidson County Sheriff Daron Hall, who is the longest serving Sheriff in Nashville. Council Member Bill Pridemore, and former Council Members Jim Forkum and James Dillard before him, have all given me their endorsements.  I would be grateful for the opportunity to serve our local community, and would like to get your support as well, and hear your needs and ideas.  

Vote Tonya Hancock on August 1.


Paid for by Tonya Hancock for Metro Council District 9 Campaign, Teresa Gann, Treasurer.