Williamson Families PAC Announces 2022 Candidate Endorsements

The Williamson Families PAC announced its 2022 candidate endorsements to a crowd of 400 at the County Election Kickoff at Liberty Hall in The Factory at Franklin.

Williamson Families PAC is “a coalition of local families founded to encourage and support conservative Williamson County residents to run for county office, volunteer to vet the candidates in their district, and support those candidates during and after their campaigns.” The organization was founded in 2021.

“After a rigorous vetting process to ensure candidates believe in and stand for strong conservative principles,” according to the organization, the PAC endorses the following individuals in their campaigns for county office:

County Commission

  • Lisa Lenox, Republican, District 1
  • Andrew Moriarty, Republican, District 2
  • Jeff Graves, Republican, District 3
  • Daniel Jordan, Independent, District 3
  • Pete Stresser, Republican, District 4
  • Gregg Lawrence (Incumbent), Republican, District 4
  • Mary Smith, Republican, District 5
  • Evan Bledsoe, Independent, District 5
  • Christopher Richards, Republican, District 7
  • Drew Torres, Republican, District 8
  • Barb Sturgeon (Incumbent), Republican, District 8
  • Brad Diaz, Republican, District 10
  • Wayne Garrett, Republican, District 11

Williamson County School Board

  • Dan Cash (Incumbent), Republican, District 2
  • Elliott Franklin, Republican, District 4
  • Debbie Pace, Independent, District 6
  • Donna Clements, Republican, District 8
  • Doc Holladay, Independent, District 10
  • Jamie Lima, Republican, District 12

Headliners John Rich, Leigh-Allyn Baker, and Jeremy Slayden encouraged the candidates in their run for office and fired up the community to support them on Tuesday, according to the organization. The event was emceed by Big John Smith.

“Our school board and elected officials must represent the values and goals of the people they serve,” the group states on its website. “When they fail to represent the wishes of the people, it is up to us, the people, to remove them from office. We are intensely focused on supporting candidates that share our conservative values.”

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Kaitlin Housler is a reporter at The Tennessee Star and The Star News Network.




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