Gov. Lee visited Huntingdon for rally

GOV. LEE RALLY – Approximately 100 persons greeted Gov. Bill Lee and other Republicans during a visit recently. In the center group from left are state Senator John Stevens, Gov. Bill Lee, Lt. Gov. Randy McNally, District 79 Representative- elect Dr. Brock Martin and State GOP chairman Scott Golden.

On Nov. 5 Governor Bill Lee’s working bus tour rolled into Huntingdon. The governor intermingled with a large group of citizens in the Colonial Tea Room. Approximately 100 citizens joined Gov. Lee in the rally.

 Lee thanked all for allowing him to serve the state of Tennessee, especially the citizens who work to make Tennessee the great state it is. He pointed out it was the citizens’ hard work in helping him guide the state that help to make it fiscally sound and growing stronger each day.

Also addressing the group were Lt. Gov. Randy McNally, Rep. David Kustoff, Senator John Stevens, and Dr. Brock Martin, District 79 representative elect.

Present also were Rep. Curtis Halford; TN GOP Chairman Scott Golden; Judge Brent Bradberry and County Clerk Sarah Bradberry; Carroll County Mayor Joseph Butler and family; Huntingdon Mayor Nina Smothers; former McKenzie Mayor Jill Holland; County Commissioners Joey Darnall, Barry Mac Murphy, Cyril Ostiguy, and Dr. Jay Phipps; Andy Holt, Asst. Commissioner for Business Development in the TN Ag Department; and Col. Jim and Barb Harding.

It was a great day for Carroll County and Town of Huntingdon despite the gloomy weather, according to Janis Ostiguy, secretary of the Carroll County Republican Party.

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