We are proud to endorse @SenJohnson for re-election. He has a record of listening to the needs of Tennessee’s emergency response community and following through with real, tangible solutions. We need his leadership in Nashville! pic.twitter.com/upUnRPjvft
— Tennessee Professional Fire Fighters Association (@tpffa1) June 8, 2022
Senator Jackson currently serves Senate District 23, however, due to redistricting, he is now running under District 27.
“Senator Johnson is a steady, thoughtful leader in the Tennessee legislature and we appreciate his commitment to issues that are important to firefighters,” TPFFA President Matthew Tomek said in a statement. “He always maintains an open-door policy and we know that his support of first responders makes a difference. It is clear that Senator Johnson not only respects the service and sacrifices that our members make on a daily basis, he also turns that into action to enact the policies we need to protect the health and safety of fire fighters across the state.”
I am truly grateful to receive @tpffa1’s endorsement. The Tennessee Fire Fighters Association plays an integral part in providing fire fighters across Tennessee with the resources and support they need to do their jobs and get home safe. pic.twitter.com/SVjm7dW0Y3
— Jack Johnson (@SenJohnson) June 8, 2022
“I’m grateful to have the Tennessee Professional Fire Fighters Association’s endorsement,” Senator Jack Johnson released in a statement. “TPFFA is integral to providing fire fighters across the state with needed resources while promoting legislation that helps the emergency response community. Our fire fighters selflessly enter dangerous, high-risk and often traumatic situations day in and day out to keep us safe, and I will continue to support them in any way I can in the General Assembly.”
In the Tennessee General Assembly, Senator Johnson serves on four committees: Calendar, Commerce and Labor, Ethics, and the Finance, Ways and Means committee.
According to Johnson, he is running for re-election in order to fight for pro-life policies, Second Amendment rights, and economic growth in Tennessee.
“I’m proud of what we’ve accomplished from a conservative standpoint in Tennessee in recent years. I think our record of conservative achievement is pretty remarkable, but there is more work to do, and I’d like another four years to continue that work,” Johnson recently said while speaking to The Tennessee Conservative.
I am running for reelection so that I can continue to fight for:
– pro-life policies
– your 2A rights
– economic growth in Tennessee
— Jack Johnson (@SenJohnson) May 6, 2022
The general election primary will take place on August 4th with the general election occurring on November 8th.
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