Jewel Cannada-Wynn

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Jewel Cannada-Wynn
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Born July 7, 1958
Century
Occupation Pensacola City Council
District 6 Councilwoman
Religion Baptist
Spouse Jerry Wynn, Jr.
Parents Joshua and Myrtle Mae Andrews

Jewel L. Cannada-Wynn is a member of the Pensacola City Council and the current Deputy Mayor. She was elected to represent District 6 in November 2004. She currently serves as member of the Economic and Community Development Committee, Neighborhood Services Committee, the Community Redevelopment Agency, and the Committee of the Whole.

Jewel is a dean at Escambia High School. Her career in public service began as a military member where she served as a Security Forces Specialist. She is retired from the United States Air Force Reserve after 20 years service.

Jewel was born in Century to Myrtle Mae Andrews and the late Joshua Andrews. She was the second oldest of six children. She graduated from Century High School, Pensacola Junior College with an A.S. in Criminal Justice Technology, the University of Maryland European Branch, with a B.S. in Government, and the University of West Florida where she recieved her Masters in Teaching History. She is a 2005 National Board Certified Teacher and a member of Greater Union Baptist Church.

Electoral history[edit]

Pensacola City Council, 2006[edit]

Cannada-Wynn was unopposed.

Pensacola City Council, 2004 (Run-off)[edit]

This election was held November 23, 2004. Pensacola City Council races are non-partisan.

Jewel Cannada-Wynn 454 67.06%
Charles Fairchild 223 32.93%

Pensacola City Council, 2004 (Run-off)[edit]

This election was held November 2, 2004. Pensacola City Council races are non-partisan.

Jewel Cannada-Wynn 1,277 41.97%
Charles Fairchild 1,002 32.93%
Tracy Richardson 491 16.14%
Tommy White 273 8.97%

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Preceded by:
Lester A. Smith
Pensacola City Council
District 6

2005 – present
Incumbent