Donate today! We need your help to continue Fleming El-Amin’s leadership on the County Commission.
Fleming El-Amin has distinguished himself as an educator, a father, a husband and a community leader. Click the link to learn more.
We need your help! Door knocking, phone banking and so much more. Help spread the word about Fleming El-Amin’s leadership!
Fleming El-Amin was first appointed as Forsyth County Commissioner for District A when Commissioner Walter Marshall passed away in 2017. El-Amin won his first election for the seat in 2018.
El-Amin, a Winston-Salem native, is well-known locally for his long career in education and his political involvement. He graduated in 1975 from Cornell College in Mt. Vernon, Iowa where he earned a degree in Economics and Business Administration and a certification in Secondary Education. He intended teaching to be his backup job.
He is married to Dr. Cassaundra A. El-Amin. They have five children and ten grandchildren.
Commissioner El-Amin is hard at work doing everything he can to make our community better!
About Fleming El-Amin
About Fleming Fleming El-Amin was first appointed as Forsyth County Commissioner for District A when Commissioner Walter Marshall passed away in 2017. El-Amin won his first election for the seat in 2018. El-Amin, a Winston-Salem native, is well-known locally for his...
Filing for office begins at noon Monday in Forsyth County
Some candidates have already announced their candidacy….
Rally calls for people to act against gun violence through love
he sound of a drum echoed through Blum Park Sunday as kids scampered on playground equipment and music spilled from a nearby home. One drumbeat for Michael Brian Westerberg, 40, killed on Jan. 18; another for Hubert Alexander Rivers, 28, gunned down a week later. On...
We, the people
We, the people
Thousands attend Winston-Salem’s Juneteenth Festival with music, dancing, food, arts and history
rly 4,000 people attended Winston-Salem’s Juneteenth Festival Saturday in Bailey Park and the Biotech Place in the city’s Innovation Quarter. Organizers staged an in-person event, and the festival was livestreamed virtually on the Triad Cultural Arts Facebook page and...
Forsyth County approves $500 million budget on unanimous vote, lowers tax rate to 67.78 cents for every $100 of taxable property
The Forsyth County Board of Commissioners quickly approved the 2021-22 county budget on Thursday afternoon, voting unanimously to set the tax rate at 67.78 cents for every $100 of taxable property. The approved budget totals $500 million and includes $149.5 million...
We're moving forward with Fleming! Make your voice heard.