Tae McKenzie is running for Mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina, becoming the first disabled candidate to do so.

Despite suffering from a massive stroke that left her with a disability, Tae McKenzie has always been passionate about politics and social justice. She grew up in Charlotte and has spent her life working to improve the lives of marginalized communities in her hometown.

Now, Tae is running for Mayor of Charlotte as part of a historic campaign that aims to bring new perspectives and voices to local government. Her platform focuses on affordable housing, rights of the disabled, criminal justice reform, and access to healthcare for all residents.

Tae’s candidacy has garnered significant attention from politicians, activists, and media members alike. Many praise her as an inspiration and a role model for other disabled candidates who may consider a run for office.

Tae has already impacted Charlotte with her previous community activities, and if elected, she would be a powerful advocate for change in the city.

Tae’s campaign reminds us that anyone can make a difference in their community, no matter their circumstances. With her determination and passion for change, Tae McKenzie is sure to make history as the first disabled Mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina.

By Warith Niallah

Warith Niallah is the Managing Editor of FTC Publications Newswire. He is also a writer and photographer and has been in professional journalism, computer science & information systems, production, and public information since 1988. Warith serves as the Chief Executive Officer of FTC Publications, Inc.