10 Mayors Endorse Dr. Mark Green for Congress

Green announces first round of endorsements from mayors across the district

Today, 10 mayors across the 7th congressional district announced their endorsement of Dr. Mark Green for Congress. Making up the first round of mayoral endorsements are mayors of the district’s two largest counties--Williamson and Montgomery.

“Having run a business based in Williamson County and as an active member of our county Republican Party, Mark Green is well-known and well-liked in our county. I’m proud to support him and look forward to him being our next Congressman representing Williamson County,” noted Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson.

The initial list of mayors endorsing Mark today are:

Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson

Erin Mayor Paul Bailey

Fairview Mayor Patti Carroll

Houston County Mayor George Clark

Ethridge Mayor Robin Cobb

Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett

Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham

Stewart County Mayor Rickie Joiner

Lobelville Mayor Robby Moore

Lawrence County Executive TR Williams

“As a successful business leader, physician, and Army veteran, Mark Green knows what it takes to lead. I’ve worked closely with him the last few years for Montgomery County citizens and am confident he will take the effective leadership we’ve seen here to Congress,” stated Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett.

A proven conservative leader, Green has received widespread support in his run for Congress. Green recently announced the endorsements of Williamson County Senator Jack Johnson, 100 conservative leaders across Tennessee, and a 147-member finance committee. Nationally, he has been endorsed by the Club for GrowthFamily Research CouncilHouse Freedom CaucusGOPACSenator Ted CruzSenator Rick Santorum, and Dr. Arthur B. Laffer.

“I’m running for Congress to get the federal government off our communities’ backs so our local leaders can lead the communities they know best. It’s an honor to have the support of mayors from across the 7th district--in both large counties and rural cities,” commented Green.