Press Release

The Collective PAC Congratulates Justin Bibb For Advancing to the Mayoral General Election in Cleveland, Ohio

Tuesday, September 14th, 2021

WASHINGTON, D.C. Today, The Collective PAC — the nation’s largest political action committee dedicated to increasing Black political engagement, representation and power across all levels of government — congratulated Justin Bibb on his primary election win for Mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. 

Justin Bibb has a vested interest in helping Cleveland reach its full potential as a world class city committed to strengthening the government to make neighborhoods safer, communities healthier and the economy stronger. Inspired to make the city more equitable, he studied urban policy at American University and obtained his JD and MBA degrees from Case Western Reserve University. Mr. Bibb was born and raised in Cleveland and is ready to champion a new generation of leadership to address the city’s most challenging and persistent problems.

Founders of The Collective PAC, Quentin James and Stefanie Brown James, released the following statement: 

“The Collective PAC is proud to support Justin Bibb’s bid for mayor of Cleveland, Ohio. If elected, Mr. Bibb plans to use his knowledge of working with business leaders, community organizations and elected officials to utilize technology not only to improve services and infrastructure for residents, but also address the challenges within the city. He is committed to championing the needs of all Clevelanders and we applaud his focus on the advancement of racial equity and economic opportunity in Cleveland’s underserved neighborhoods. The Collective PAC is proud to stand with Justin Bibb as he advances to the general election on November 2nd.”



The Collective PAC is working to create an America where Black people are equally represented at every level of government. The Collective PAC is strategically focused on creating a truly equitable democracy where our nation’s local, state and federal governments have diverse and talented elected leadership and Black people are fully represented in positions of power to create the policies necessary to progress our communities forward.