8 Mayors Endorse Mark Green for Congress

Green has been endorsed by 20 mayors


Eight mayors in counties across the 7th congressional district announced their endorsements of Dr. Mark Green for Congress today. Joining the 12 mayors who have already announced their endorsements, Green now has the public support of 20 mayors in counties in the district.

“As I travel the district, our local leaders are sharing how the massive growth of the federal government is hurting each community,” noted Dr. Green. “I’m running for Congress to change that--to return as many functions as possible to the government that is closest to the people.”

The new mayors endorsing Dr. Green for Congress are:

Nolensville Mayor Jimmy Alexander
Decatur County Mayor Mike Creasy
Henderson County Mayor Dan Hughes
Henderson Mayor Bobby King
Maury County Mayor Charlie Norman
Perry County Mayor Terry Richardson
Selmer Mayor John Smith
Linden Mayor Wess Ward

“With his broad background in public service, Mark Green understands the challenges facing rural counties in our district. I look forward to getting Mark elected and working with him in the future,” stated Selmer Mayor John Smith.

The following mayors previously announced their support of Green’s campaign:

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
Franklin Mayor Ken Moore
Lobelville Mayor Robby Moore
Savannah Mayor Bob Shutt
Lawrence County Executive TR Williams

Green continues to coalesce support across the state, including endorsements from 100 grassroots leaders, the Tennessee Firefighters Association, and a finance committee that includes 68 legislators. Nationally, Green has received the endorsements of Senator Ted Cruz, Ambassador John Bolton, Senator Rick Santorum, Dr. Arthur B. Laffer, the Club for Growth, the House Freedom Fund, GOPAC, Tea Party Patriots, and FRC Action.