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State Senate District 22

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    Ronnie L. Glynn
    (Dem)

  • Bill Powers
    (Rep)

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In your view, what are the 3 biggest issues facing Tennessee?

What, if anything, do you think the state of Tennessee should do to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic?

Why are you running?

Campaign Phone (931) 624-1046
Raising the minimum wage, expanding Medicaid, and fully funding public education. Both of these items will expand the working class and allow people to get ahead rather than living from paycheck to paycheck. Higher wages and saving money on healthcare premiums will give a boost to our economy and allow everyday Tennesseans to thrive. For far too long, big businesses and corporations have been getting economic relief and aid through tax cuts and corporate welfare, it’s time our working families and individuals get the relief they deserve. Every student should be provided with the finest education so that they’re prepared for a competitive workforce.
Tennessee needs stronger and steadfast leadership during this pandemic. If people were staying in their homes and maintaining proper social distancing, we would be able to do a hands-off approach and let counties set their own rules or lack there of. We need to allow business to operate safely but allow for customers and consumers to remain safe. We need to be providing properly made masks to Tennesseans if we are making them wear one. Schools need more resources to provide education opportunities online for students. We need to be doing more for those unemployed because of this pandemic. Big businesses and corporations get relief, so everyday Tennesseans should as well.
I’m running for office because everyday Tennesseans need true representation in Nashville to help make their lives better. For too long, big businesses and corporations have numerous votes in the General Assembly, it’s time for working families and individuals to have a voice advocating for them. The supermajority has voted many times to cut public education funding, including teacher raises. Our own State Senator promised to vote against the voucher program that would take more than $70 million from public schools and then broke that promise on his first vote. I’m running to restore integrity and truth to this office.
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