Councilmember Hampton was elected to his first four-year Council term in 2017. He was an active member of the 2025 Goodyear General Plan committee and graduated from the Goodyear Citizens Academy in 2016. His service in these two capacities inspired his priorities as a Councilmember, to include: managing the city’s growth effectively and efficiently, increasing economic development, and maintaining a conservative balanced budget without compromising our quality of life. 

Brannon has been employed at the Palo Verde Generating Station for over 15 years and continues to lead in various roles focusing on performance improvement and project management. Brannon has served as a Board Member for the Arizona Small Business Association for the past three years and volunteers his time at several non-profits and faith-based non-profits; mentoring youth, providing meals for the needy, and cleaning up the community. 

Continuing his education, Brannon received his Masters Degree in Business Administration (MBA) with an emphasis in leadership from Grand Canyon University. Before achieving his MBA, he received his Bachelors of Science in Business Administration, Associates of Mechanical Maintenance Engineering, a Masters Certification in Business Improvement, and the Project Management Professional Certification (PMP). 
Currently, he represents Goodyear on the Maricopa County Community Development Advisory Committee and the City Council Audit Subcommittee. 

Brannon and wife, Rebecca, have lived in Goodyear for over 9 years with their three children.