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Meet Mike

Michael Brown, born on June 23, 1955, in Saint Augustine, Florida, is a
inguished individual with a strong commitment to public service and
community development. With an extensive background in law enforcement,
government, and advocacy, Michael has dedicated his life to making a positive
impact on society.


After graduating from Louis D. Brandeis High School in New York City as part
of the Class of 1973, Michael pursued higher education at Springfield College,
where he obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Services. Deeply
committed to serving his country, Michael served in the U.S. Army and received
an honorable discharge for his exemplary service.


Michael's passion for law enforcement led him to complete 388 hours of
specialized training in this field, equipping him with the skills and knowledge
necessary to contribute effectively to public safety. His dedication to his community
led him to serve three consecutive four-year terms as a City Councilman At-Large,
representing the City of Wilmington.


During his tenure on the City Council, Mike assumed vital roles, including being Chairperson of the Public Safety Committee, where he demonstrated his commitment to ensuring the well-being of his fellow citizens. Additionally, he served as a member of the Finance Committee, Economic Development Committee, Public Works Committee, License and Inspection Committee, and the Youth and Family Committee, allowing him to comprehensively tackle various aspects of community development.


Putting My Experience to Work

Professional Experience

• BS Degree -Human Services, Springfield College

• 388 Hours of Law Enforcement Training

• 3 Four-year terms of City Councilman At-Large

• Chairperson of the Public Safety Committee

• Member of the Finance Committee

• Member Of the Economic Development Committee

• Advocate for Labor and Union

• Member of the Public Works Committee

• Member of the License of Inspection Committee

• Member of the Youth and Family Committee

• Veteran of United States Army Honorable Discharge

• Married



Some Community Accomplishments

  • Jefferson Award-Outstanding Community Services-1995

  • Former Board Member-Limen House

  • Former Appointed Member-State Drug & Alcohol Task Force

  • Former Board Member-National Organization Black
    Law Enforcement Executives
     - (N.O.B.L.E.)

  • Former Vice President - NAACP, Newark Branch

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My Mission

As a candidate for County Council, my mission is to serve and represent the residents of our community with integrity, dedication, and a strong commitment to their well-being. I believe in the power of effective leadership and community engagement to bring about positive change and improve the quality of life for all.

My mission is to create a county that thrives on inclusivity, sustainability, and opportunity. I will work tirelessly to foster an environment where every voice is heard, and everyone feels valued and represented. I am dedicated to promoting transparency, accountability, and open communication in all aspects of governance.

I will prioritize the pressing needs of the county, focusing on critical areas such as infrastructure development, affordable housing initiatives, economic growth, and public safety. I am committed to collaborating with local businesses, organizations, and residents to cultivate a vibrant and 
prosperous community.


Endorsed by Delaware Building and Construction Trades Council


My Platform

Senior Citizens Advocacy

  •  Communicate Tax relief & housing Loan Programs to Senior  Citizens

  •  Promote a Senior Citizen's Real Estate Tax Deferral   Program

  •  Champion increase funding of county Senior Centers.

  •  Community Advocate- “Voice of the People”

  •  The proponent of keeping District community residents informed, bringing
     residents into key decision-making
     processes and marketing the communities  within the district.


Economic Development & Jobs

Leadership in investing in local economic development by endorsing the creation/or retention of
well-paying jobs within the district.

People and Neighborhoods

  •  Promote community policing and community support.

  •  Support After School and Summer Programs

  •  Advocate for Substance Abuse Treatment

  •  Endorse Prison Re-entry Program


My name is Dee Jackson, and I am a part of the LGBTQ community. I was homeless about 6 or so years ago and had a hard time finding housing due to discrimination of me being a transgender woman. I contacted at that time City Councilman Mike Brown who helped me through the process and made sure
I was treated fairly and as a result of his help I was fortunate enough to find housing and resided there for 3 years until the property was up for sale.

D. Jackson

Contact Us

We look forward to hearing from you.


Campaign Coordinator - Patricia Brown
Treasurer - Lois McLaughlin

4 Harpers Place Bear, De 19701

302 544 5750

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