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State Senate candidate Page Walley announces grassroots leadership team

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Former State Representative and Tennessee Commissioner, Page Walley, announced his grassroots leadership team for his race for State Senate in District 26. The team consists of community leaders from all eight counties comprised in the district. Walley’s grassroots team will be charged with the mission to organize their respective counties on both a grassroots and financial level.
“I am excited about the grassroots leadership team we’ve assembled to share our message to the entire district,” Walley said. “These folks are respected leaders in their community. I’m honored to have them stand with me.”
A staunch conservative, Walley served five terms in the Tennessee State House during the 1990’s and was a strong advocate in his opposition of a state income tax. He has served as a licensed Clinical Counselor for over 35 years.
Walley is pro-life, a member of both the NRA and Tennessee Firearms Association, Tennessee Farm Bureau, is a licensed minister and author, and received numerous awards for his leadership in the Tennessee State House. Walley and his wife Terry have been married for 35 years and have three children and three grandsons.
Walley’s Grassroots Leadership Team includes the following individuals: Eric Bell – Henderson Sheriff – retired: Lance Beshires – Henderson – County Trustee; Nancy Lofton – Henderson – Owner, Lofton Chevrolet Dealership; Judy Smith – Decaturville – Mental Health Office Director; Jo Ann Allen – Hickory Withe – Retired County Commissioner; Homer Bunker – Hickory Withe – Former County Commissioner, retired small business owner; Sally and Bill Cowan – La Grange – Farmers and Realtor, Mayor; Sarah Belle Day – Somerville – Retired educator, Fayette Academy; Billy Whitworth – Hickory Withe – Agriculture sales and stables owner; Judy and Shelton Wilder – Braden – Farmer and Ginners; Patricia and Ricky Ayers – Hickory Valley – Educator, ginner, small business owner, and Mayor; Tony Davis – Middleton – Municipal administrator; Lisa Hodge – Hornsby – Business owner, Joe’s Grill; Timmy Hooper and Tony Hooper – Toone – Business owners, Hooper Sawmill; Roy Watson – Bolivar – Farmer and Construction; Andrea and Don Young – Bolivar – Banker and Adult Special Services Director; Brian Brown – Counce – Retired Coach and Educator and Insurance Agent, Hardin County High and McNairy Central High School; Laura Brown – Counce – Healthcare provider; Craig Layman – Brownsville – Co-owner, John Deere Dealership; Joy Mann – Brownsville – Farmer, healthcare administrator; Alice McClanahan – Brownsville – Retired banker at In South Bank, farmer; Jim Nunn – Brownsville – Cotton Broker; Shana Duke – Lexington – County Commissioner; Peggy Gilbert – Lexington – Alderman, Police Commissioner; Steve McDaniel – Parkers Crossroads – Former Deputy Speaker, Tenn. State House, City Manager; Jeff Reeves – Lexington – Business Owner, Reeves Bros. Trucking; Carrie and Steve Moore – Selmer – Manufacturing engineer, United Stainless in Selmer; Danny and Jeannie Davila – Hickory Valley – Delta Pilot; Frank and Judy Bell – Henderson – State Farm Insurance Owners; Terry Bell – Henderson – Probation Officer; Ken Culver – Oakland – Pastor, Warren Community Church; Stark Davis – Henderson – Faculty member, Freed-Hardeman University; Sissy Dowdle – Somerville – Former Chamber of Commerce Director/Healthcare Marketing; Mark Grey – Whiteville – Engineering Office Principle; Kerry Kimery – Grand Junction – Horse Breeder/Sales; John McFarland – Oakland – Gun store owner; Tom Minor – Rossville – Attorney; Debbie Norton – Gallaway/Braden – Retired NBC bank executive; Lola Putt – Somerville – Realtor; Wayne Thomas – Hickory Wythe – Farmer; Judy Watters – Rossville – Retired FedEx executive, Mayor; Susan and Bob Wilson – LaGrange – Owner, Wilson Air Center; Brad Grantham – Bolivar – Construction; Charlotte and Eddie Karcher – Somerville – Educator and Farmer
For more information, visit the Walley for State Senate website at www.pagewalley4tn.com

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