Anna
Prizzia

For Alachua County Commission, District 3

What matters to you?

Our Priorities

Environmental Protection

Social Justice and Equity

Local Economy

 

Meet Anna

I am proud to be taking this next step on my path. My experience in program development and administration has given me the skills of managing budgets, handling human resources, facilitating collaborations and conflict resolution, and learning how to be an effective changemaker in large institutional bureaucracy. These talents, combined with my passion and dedication to this community make me ready for the Alachua County Commission and I am excited about the opportunity to serve my community.

I have worked with Anna Prizzia for over 10 years on different projects. She has always been able to bring solutions to issues by linking people together and facilitating community involvement. Anna has always been concerned that everyone’s voice is at the table, not just those who speak the loudest. She has been an asset to our community, and I believe she would serve our county well on the commission.
Jordan Brown

Family Garden

It is time for us to develop a culture of electing leaders who are already tied to the issues that face our communities, doing the advocacy needed to address those issues, and who are already working for solutions!! Anna is just this sort of leader!
Carla Miles

Habitat for Humanity

Anna is an excellent community networker, collaborator, and leader. She is able to communicate thoughtfully and effectively with diverse individuals, organizations, and institutions to help facilitate change. She sees connections and possibilities where others see challenges and works thoughtfully toward solutions.
Melissa DeSa

Working Food

Working Foods’ service has been a huge part of our authentic Thai food truck’s success. We are extremely grateful for Anna Prizzia’s guidance for this wonderful local resource. She knows how to provide helpful services for local entrepreneurs such as ourselves. Thank you, Anna. Eim Thai Food Truck, LLC is glad you helped.

Eim Thai Food Truck

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Excited to announce my endorsement by Women for Wise Growth!Women for Wise Growth is pleased to endorse Adam Christensen For Congress, Kayser Enneking for State Representative District 21, Mary Alford for Alachua County Commission District 1 and Anna Prizzia for Alachua County Commission, District 3. We further endorse all Amendments proposed for the Alachua County and City of Gainesville Charters. ...

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Today I voted in what is most certainly one of the most important elections of my lifetime. Proud to vote BLUE and to be on the ballot myself! It has been an amazing experience running for office. No matter what happens, I am committed to keep serving my community to further equity, protect our environment, and build a resilient local economy! ...

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I am so thrilled to be on Alachua County Democratic Party Slate with other amazing candidates! Go Blue! ...

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Today is National Voter Registration Day! This is a great time to check your own registration to make sure it is up to date and to encourage a friend or family member to register! And, if you hear the excuse for not voting (or registering to vote) - "My vote doesn't really matter anyway,"

You can do what I do - point to some of the local elections where people have won by as little as 20, yes - TWENTY - votes. If that doesn't convince them, I recount the 2000 election, when Al Gore narrowly lost the Electoral College vote to George W. Bush.

The election came down to a recount in Florida, where Bush had won the popular vote by such a small margin that it triggered an automatic recount and a Supreme Court case (Bush v. Gore). In the end, Bush won Florida by 0.009 percent of the votes cast in the state, or 537 votes. Had 600 more pro-Gore voters gone to the polls in Florida that November, there may have been an entirely different president from 2000–2008.

And, if that doesn't do it either, then perhaps remind them that our children are counting on us to elect thoughtful, compassionate leaders - their future depends on it!
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