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State House District 20

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  • Bob Ramsey
    (Rep)

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    Susan Sneed
    (Dem)

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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?

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Campaign Phone (865) 256-0656
Campaign Email votesusansneed@gmail.com
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COVID -19 has shone light through the gaps in our state governments priorities with regard to our citizens. The first most crucial issue facing Tennessee is inadequate and incompetent leadership. Inadequate opportunies for affodable healthcare still expose our citizens to medically related bankruptcy and our rural hospitals to closure - we continue to lead the country in both these measures (per capita.) The fact that our Governor and State Legislature have not accepted Expanded Medicaid to prop up our failing healthcare systems and cover more citizens during a global pandemic is simply appalling. The inadequacy of the state goverment's response to unemployment claims is another issue facing Tennesseans.
Bring our tax dollars home for the benefit of our citizens. Accept Expanded Medicaid like the majority of other states in the union.
I’m running now because government exists to serve the people and we haven't seen enough of that lately. State government has a huge impact on the daily lives, health and prospect of thriving of TNs; I’m ready to argue that in Tennessee, the state government has more immediate impact on us than most things that happen on the federal level. To thrive Tennesseans need foundational support like access to affordable healthcare and healthy, well funded public schools, as a state with the most minimum wage jobs in the country, we need legislators who will raise the minimum wage.