Brad Sharp Endorsement


In a time when every issue seems to divide us, it's encouraging to know Sadaf Haq is willing to step up and serve as voice for unity.  Frisco is growing fast. We need experienced leaders like Sadaf to ensure that we become a balanced city that embraces and celebrates cultural diversity. 


Diversity alone is not why I support Sadaf. She has proven her commitment to Frisco through varied service to the community for a number of years before ever considering a place on City Council. She is the definition of servant leadership.


Unlike many candidates that try to convince me of their leadership ability, Sadaf asked me why I think she would be a good leader. That alone sets her apart from her fellow candidates. Asking questions is the only way to know what is important to the residents of Frisco... and an indicator of how she will serve on City Council.  Sadaf's positions on Frisco's issues are based on facts and resident feedback.  I'm confident that she will never allow political or corporate pressure to sway her vote. 

Some will use her differences and misinformation to create false fear.  There is no room for elected leaders that rely on manipulating voters to win; how you do one thing is how you do everything! The foundation of Sadaf's leadership is her ability to rise above negativity and hatred to be an example of compassion, empathy, and inclusion when we need it most. 


We simply can't afford to kick the can of diverse leadership down the road any longer.  Sadaf is the right candidate at the right time.  I encourage everyone to join me in creating a stronger Frisco by choosing Sadaf Haq for Frisco City Council, Place 6.  


~ Brad Sharp

Current Community Service

Chair, City of Frisco Downtown Advisory Board

Co-Chair, North Texas Community Artscape

Vice-Chair, The Movie Institute

Founding Director, Creative Frisco

Mentor, Frisco Young Entrepreneurs Academy

Board Member, Heritage Association of Frisco

Board Member, Arts & Music Guild

Committee Member, Melody of Hope

Frisco Resident since 2006


Past Community Service

President-Elect, Frisco Association for the Arts

2018 Frisco Citizen Bond Committee

Past Chair, City of Frisco Public Art Board

Leadership Arts Institute Class of 2020

Leadership Frisco Class 18, Graduate

City Hall 101, Graduate

FPD Citizens Police Academy, Graduate

Frisco Police Volunteer Association (Citizens on Patrol)

Founding Organizer, 1 Million Cups Frisco

Awarded: Frisco Youth Theatre Community Arts Advocate of the Year 2016

Recognized: Texas Certified Arts Advocate


Before the pandemic, those of us actively serving the city would see each other numerous times throughout the month.  Brad is one of those people with whom I would cross paths often.  We connected over our love for Frisco, our love for the arts and our commitment to serve in whatever capacity we can.  I’ve learned a lot from Brad and his passion for our community.  I’m appreciative for his insight and guidance -- which reminds me of a quote from William Shakespeare: “No legacy is so rich as honesty”.  Thank you for being an honest voice in today’s world.  


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Pol. Adv. Paid for by Sadaf Haq for Frisco City Council.  Jamie Heit, Treasurer.