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Breaking Brett Jensen sits down with Charlotte Mayor pro tem Braxton Winston to talk about gun violence and ways to combat it in Charlotte on National Gun Violence Awareness Day before explaining why he’s going for the North Carolina labor commissioner position and the most pressing issues for City Council right now.

Protester-turned-Charlotte City Councilman Braxton Winston says he is running for North Carolina Commissioner of Labor to eliminate all workplace deaths and “ensure worker rights to fair wages.” Listen Here:

Mayor Pro Tem of Charlotte Braxton Winston joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman to talk about his decision to run for North Carolina Commissioner of Labor and not the office of Charlotte Mayor.

Charlotte City Council members moved ahead with plans to change their terms from 2 to 4 years, stagger their elections, and add an 8th district. They are also considering making their positions “full-time.” Listen Here:

After three homicides in Charlotte over the weekend, City Councilman Braxton Winston tweeted, “We must treat each other better as a community. We need a culture of love over violence.” OK. But how?

The Bo Thompson Morning Show

Charlotte City Council members are torn over a comprehensive plan for single-family zoning. One of the most outspoken is Braxton Winston, who believes the zoning had helped segregate American cities with the same happening in the Queen's City. He even called the initiative "a tool of segregation" and told Charlotte to "stop being racist" in a tweet last week.