12 Mayors Endorse Dr. Mark Green for Congress, Bringing Total to 32

Mark Green

State Sen. Dr. Mark Green (R-TN-22) continues to pick up steam in his Seventh District Congressional campaign as he has picked up endorsements from 12 additional mayors.

Green’s new endorsements mean 32 current and recently outgoing mayors in his district are backing him, his campaign said in a press release.

“I’m humbled to have the endorsement of these mayors all across the 7th district,” said Green. “As I’ve traveled the 7th District over the last year, I’ve been honored to get to know each community and their people. If elected, I will fight to return as many powers as possible to the government that is closest to the people.”

The new mayors endorsing Green for Congress are:

  • Henderson County Mayor Eddie Bray
  • Houston County Mayor James Bridges
  • Hardin County Mayor Kevin Davis
  • Lawrenceburg Mayor Keith Durham
  • Dover Mayor Lesa Fitzhugh
  • Lexington Mayor Jeff Griggs
  • Chester County Mayor Barry Hutcherson
  • Lewis County Mayor Jonah Keltner
  • Benton County Mayor Brett Lashlee
  • Wayne County Executive Jim Mangubat
  • McNairy County Mayor Larry Smith
  • Humphreys County Executive Jessie Wallace

The following mayors previously announced their support:

  • Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander
  • Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson
  • Erin Mayor Paul Bailey
  • Fairview Mayor Patti Carroll
  • Former Houston County Mayor George Clark
  • Ethridge Mayor Robin Cobb
  • Decatur County Mayor Mike Creasy
  • Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett
  • Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham
  • Former Henderson County Mayor Dan Hughes
  • Former Stewart County Mayor Rickie Joiner
  • Henderson Mayor Bobby King
  • Franklin Mayor Ken Moore
  • Lobelville Mayor Robby Moore
  • Former Maury County Mayor Charlie Norman
  • Former Perry County Mayor Terry Richardson
  • Savannah Mayor Bob Shutt
  • Selmer Mayor John Smith
  • Linden Mayor Wess Ward
  • Lawrence County Executive TR Williams

More information on Green is available on his campaign website.

Last week, Latinos for Tennessee PAC announced its endorsement of Green.

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Jason M. Reynolds has more than 20 years’ experience as a journalist at outlets of all sizes.






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