Elsie R. Jarmon

Key Facts

Party N/A; nonpartisan election
Status Challenger


Elsie R. Jarmon graduated with a master’s degree in Urban and Regional planning from the Virginia Commonwealth University. Jarmon has experience working as a risk manager for 10 years until 2017 and has served on the school board for eight years and the planning commission for seven years [1, 2].

Key Issues


Jarmon believes that schools are not getting enough funding and wants her community to empower youths more. She wants schools to create more opportunities for students, such as the implementation of job programs and recreation centers [2].


Jarmon advocates for a better allocation of resources and money towards funding for the youth. She wants to have more community centers and recreation centers built so that youths have more possibilities and opportunities for activities in the community. Moreover, she wants more allocation of budget to senior housing [2].


Jarmon wants better economic development in the ward. She thinks that economic development can be achieved through more markets and grocery stores as well as more housing development. Her motto is to leave nobody behind [2].


Jarmon wants more accountability and transparency from the government so that citizens can trust the government more [2].


No endorsements could be found.


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2 The Progress Index
3 Virginia Department of Elections
4 Yahoo