Keep Jungus Jordan Working For Us!

FAMILY MAN WITH LOCAL ROOTS

  • Born at Carswell Air Force Base; Jungus & Glenda have two adult children & two grandkids
  • Graduate of local public schools
  • B.A.-Economics,TCU; M.A.-Management
  • Member of Doxology Bible Church
  • Retired financial advisor
  • Former Development Officer, TCU
  • Works as advisor for local children’s hospital

DECORATED MILITARY SERVICE

  • Military veteran with over 15 military awards
  • Retired Lieutenant Colonel, US Air Force; served in Vietnam, Germany, & Pentagon in the Office of the Secretary of Defense

DEDICATED PUBLIC SERVICE

  • Current Fort Worth Mayor Pro Tem
  • Past Service Includes President of the Texas Municipal League; Vice Chair of North Central Texas Clean Air Steering Committee; Chair of North Central Texas Regional Transportation Council
  • Past Chairman of the City of Fort Worth Zoning Commission and City of Fort Worth Process Improvement Committee
  • Former Volunteer: Red Cross and Senior Citizens Services
  • Member VFW, Air Force Association, Optimist Club and Air Power Council

Jungus Jordan

PEOPLE BEFORE POLITICS

  • Holds regular District 6 Town Hall meetings (Java With Jungus) with residents throughout south & southwest Fort Worth
  • Currently leading effort to audit new smart water meters, resulting in reimbursement credits for residents who experience unexplained water bill increases
  • Helped restore power to over 250 District 6 households who were without power and unable to reach the electric company during February’s winter storm

A STRONG VOICE FOR DISTRICT 6

  • Strongly supports Fort Worth’s police, fire and emergency service personnel, Fort Worth’s Crime Control District, Citizens on Patrol & increased neighborhood police patrols in District 6.
  • Secured funding for over $500 million in capital infrastructure improvements in District 6
  • Personally involved with District 6 neighborhood leaders to improve code compliance
  • Successfully led effort to reduce the city property tax rate six times and to freeze property taxes for seniors
  • Led effort to acquire and improve parks in District 6, including Southwest and Chisholm Trail Community Centers, Chisholm Trail Park, French Lake Park, Little People Park and new Westhaven Park
  • Secured funding for new south Fort Worth library and police station at Risinger Road & McCart Avenue
  • Led effort to bring Tarleton State University to District 6