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Bronson Williams's first involvement in local government was being a part of the city's Area Youth Council; in addition, he was an active member of the Rocky Mount Police Explorer program lead by Thomas A. Bashore and Mike Whitley.

Bronson has shown his passion for the citizens of Rocky Mount through his various works in the community. Bronson was a key leader in the fight to have the city change its policies as they related to utilities and continues to stress diversity, fairness, and accountability in city government.

He deems his most important work as being an advocate for those citizens who feel voiceless and helpless As a business manager Bronson has experience in managing and working with people. He believes in investing in the city he calls home and demonstrates this through the multiple businesses he has created.

For Bronson Williams, Rocky Mount is a city of diversity where the people have shared values, and a strong belief in good stewardship and community.


1.  Economic Development
 2.  Safer Communities
 3.  Stronger Downtown
 4.  Transparency
 5.  Unity in the Community


Friday, August 30, 2019 12:00 AM

Mayoral candidate rallies supporters

A candidate for mayor used the microphone on Thursday evening to give a fiery speech saying he believes the stakes are too high in the Oct. 8 election for potential voters not to cast their ballots.

“So many people feel as though their vote will not count, but the reality is now is the time to make that vote count here in Rocky Mount, North Carolina,” Bronson Williams said at a rally at the Booker T. Theater.

Wednesday, August 7, 2019 12:00 AM

Board hears input on superintendent search

Williams told the board he chooses to use the words “the best qualified candidate” in selecting the future superintendent.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019 1:19 PM

Williams provides additional comments on Robbery

Business ownership is one of the hallmarks of American society. From my days as a budding entrepreneur to now, I have always established legal businesses. Whether daycares, radio stations, a newspaper, television station, arcades, and other ventures, no one can ever say that I have ever operated outside the law.

On Friday, July 12, 2019, my business at 1151 N Wesleyan Blvd in Rocky Mount was robbed and, in the process, I was assaulted. However, this unfortunate incident has not and will not deter me from doing business in the city I love; Rocky Mount. The quick response and ultra-professionalism of our outstanding police department show me that Rocky Mount officers are well-trained and rival departments in larger municipalities.

I thank all of you for your concerns, calls, texts and prayers. I also thank you for your out-pouring support for our Mayoral bid. Onward! Forward! Now is the time!

Monday, July 15, 2019 8:45 PM

Williams responds to flawed plan

Today, Sandy Roberson’s campaign released a public safety plan that shows he  has little knowledge of government and how it supports public safety. There are serious concerns members of our city have when it comes to safety and security. The plan released today falls short and here are
the reasons why:

Sunday, January 27, 2019 12:00 AM

City audits should be changed

Greater accountability and transparency should steer the City Council clear of controversy like the current conflagration over claims of financial mismanagement, according to a candidate for mayor in October's election.

Committee to Elect Bronson Williams for Mayor
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