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Robertson County Election Office
Robertson County Office Building
513 South Brown St., Room 137
August 7th, 2014 Election Day! – Polls Open 7am-7pm
SEE VIDEO BELOW OF SENATE/HOUSE FACEOFF INCLUDING:
Kerry Roberts, Joshua Evans, Brock Brewer, Matt Burnett, Sabi Kumar & Chris Orndorff
Greenbrier Mayor Candidates
City Of Greenbrier Mayor 2 Year Unexpired Term
Joe Viaches – I’ve lived in Greenbrier Robertson County for over 25 years. I was a Greenbrier Police officer for over 16 years. I was also given the opportunity to become the Police Chief of Ridgetop and have a total of 30 years in law enforcement. I have experienced first hand how city government runs, how to save money and cut costs and I would like to be your Mayor. I also want to grow the community such as a civic center at Louise Martin Memorial Park so that our children have something to do besides standing on the street corner or getting into mischief when they are out of school because I know, I’ve had to chase them. We need new businesses and we could use more factories but to achieve that we need to change some policies and how we conduct business in Greenbrier city Hall. I am willing and eager to work with the board if they are willing to work with me. I would also like to see more restaurants in Greenbrier. We already have liquor and liquor stores which despite varying opinions is a sign of the times but I would like to offer other suggestions to create incentives for new restaurants. If I am elected by the good people of Greenbrier I would like to put a suggestion box for citizens to present their ideas and concerns to the city. I promise that no idea will fall on deaf ears and that I will strive to be the best Mayor Greenbrier has ever had.
Bonnette A. Dawson – I am a life-long resident of Greenbrier and currently serving as Mayor. I was educated at Greenbrier High and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. I am the CEO of Old Hickory Credit Union. I have served as an Alderman and Vice Mayor for the past nine years as well as being a member of the Planning & Zoning Board and the Park Board. If elected, I want to see the city move forward with controlled growth and utilization of our tax dollars in the most efficient ways possible. I would like to see the City obtain more businesses. I am married to W.I. Dawson and we have one daughter, Bethany who is married to Jeff Ballard and they are the parents of our two wonderful grandsons Grant and Ethan.
State Of Tennessee Senate 25th District
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Kerry Roberts (R) -A proven conservative leader working to be our Tennessee State Senator. Kerry is a family man with a record of honesty, loyalty and hard work as a Certified Public Accountant, small business owner, farmer, and Tennessee Senator. He shares our conservative values and work ethic.
He will fight for low taxes and work to create an environment where farmers and small businesses can prosper and hire workers. He will help improve our children’s schools and protect our constitutions and conservative values.
Kerry Roberts is well-qualified to be our State Senator. Kerry has “real-life” experience, too – the experience that comes from almost 30 years of marriage to his wife, Dianne, and having three children in public schools.
Kerry has the experience of a 30-year business career. He graduated from Lipscomb University in 1983 and became a Certified Public Accountant. In addition to teaching business classes at Lipscomb for six years, he has owned and operated three different businesses. Kerry also served as president and chairman of a national trade association, representing the interests of 5,000 independent businesses to a global industry.
Kerry Roberts shares our conservative values and work ethic. He has proven legislative experience and “real-life” experience. Kerry has the qualifications and experience to be our voice in the Tennessee Senate. For more information, visitwww.kerryroberts.com.
Joshua Evans (R) – has served Robertson County in the State House for the last six years where he has been instrumental in moving forward key legislation that has resulted in the reduction of the sales tax on groceries and the Hall Income Tax, elimination of the state’s gift and death taxes, and establishment of essential education reforms that have led to measurable improvement in student achievement. As a first responder, small businesses owner, and public servant, Evans has a unique understanding of the issues that face our district, and the experience to achieve solutions.
Evans has also been a consistent champion for constitutional rights, and for the sanctity of all human life. By focusing on fiscal restraint, improving education, and creating an environment where businesses can create jobs, Evans has shown a clear understanding of what it takes to make Tennessee and the district he represents appealing to employers and residents. www.EvansForSenate.com
Tony Gross (D) -Tony Gross loves the great state of Tennessee and has been working to protect the values we all share since he was just a kid. Tony, his wife, Joy, and daughter, Sophie, live in the small town of Kingston Springs. Tony has a degree in Political Science and Philosophy and a Master’s in education policy. Tony currently runs the family business – Datco Inc, a small manufacturer of American-made industrial adhesive application equipment. Elected to the city commission in 2012, Tony devotes his time to ensuring town residents are safe, healthy, and happy. Building strong communities is where Tony’s heart is. Tony understands the problems that everyday Tennesseans face and wants to make changes that improve the lives of all Tennessee families. Learn more about Tony Gross
Jim Summerville (R) – As your Senator, I’ve worked for: School Reform – A great teacher in every classroom, Parent choices for their children including: charter schools, vouchers, home schooling, and faith based academia. Fiscal Restraint – In my first year alone in the Senate I proposed $3.3million in spending cuts, Ending the Hall Income Tax, Ending the sales tax on groceries. Reform in the Department of Children Services (DCS), -Ending discrimination and preferences based on Gender, Race, Sexual Orientation.
Wayne White (R) – Wayne is 100% Pro-Life, strongly supports the 2nd Amendment, supports States rights and less regulations from the Federal Govt, stands against Political Careerism. I’ve always told my children to take advantage of every opportunity they get. Your current situation might not be what you want for a career, but work with what you have until the time comes when you can advance yourself. Don’t expect someone else to pull your wagon! Build your own security and independence. BELOW: Senate/House Candidates Go Head-To-Head at Smiley Hollow http://youtu.be/HGM8AORlKLQ
State Of Tennessee House Of Representatives 66th District
Brock Brewer – I am Brock Brewer and I am running as a conservative Republican candidate for State Representative for Robertson County – Distict 66. As your representative, I will not serve just one party, group, or particular interest, but all 67,000 individuals who make up what is Robertson County. I will listen, study, and work hard to help us overcome our most pressing and challenging issues of the day. As your representative, I will do my best to be a good steward of your vote. Please find the “11 Promises” I’ve made to our community and more about me and what I stand for and believe in at brockbrewertn.com. You can also visit my facebook page at Brewer for TN Representative – District 66.
Matt Burnett – I am the fifth generation of Burnetts to call Robertson County home. I am passionate about preserving the strengths of our County – the beautiful landscape, the welcoming neighbors, and the strong families. I also understand that we need to look for opportunities to invest in our communities – to strengthen our infrastructure, continue to improve our schools and to create new jobs.
Sabi (Doc) Kumar – Sabi ‘Doc’ Kumar has served Robertson County as a Surgeon for 37 years. He has been married to Linda Hodge Kumar for 32 years. Their daughter, Nina, is an attorney. The family attends First United Methodist Church, where he teaches Sunday School. He plans to continue his surgical practice while serving as the State Rep from Robertson County. In addition to his surgical practice, ‘Doc’ Kumar owns a surgical instrument company that sells his patented surgical devices. As the owner of two small businesses, he understands economic issues. He knows the value of education in changing lives. He understands healthcare from the perspective of patients, doctors and hospitals. ‘Doc’ wants to give back to the community that has been “so kind” to him. He will serve as State Rep from Robertson County without accepting any income or expense money. He will donate 100% of his salary to Robertson County charities.
Chris Orndorff – A retired Air Force Lieutenant Colonel with 24-years active military service and a current Air Force Junior ROTC Instructor at Springfield High School in Springfield, Tennessee. I believe that government needs to get out of the education business and let teachers teach. I am committed to the principles upon which the republic was founded, with a strong faith in God and belief in the fundamental rights that the Constitution protects. I believe in individual liberty and responsibility, a free-market economy with limited governmental interference.
See House candidates debate at Smiley Hollow (see full video Here)
Robertson County Mayor
JULY 22 RALLY ON THE SQUARE 6pm – 7pm: Rally for the re-election of Mayor Howard Bradley. Come out and enjoy hotdogs and soft drinks while showing your support. Everyone welcome. All candidates running for office are welcome to attend our rally. You will be introduced to the crowd so come on out.
Mr. Howard Bradley was re-elected to a third term in 2010. He represents the county on the Regional Transportation Authority, Greater Nashville Regional Council, Mid Cumberland Human Resource Agency and the Workforce Essentials Board of Directors.
Howard Bradley was born in Springfield in 1954. He is a product of the Robertson County school system. He holds three degrees from Austin Peay. He taught at Springfield High for 26 years and was adjunct professor of history at Austin Peay for 12 years. He served on the county commission for 26 years,and was first elected county executive (mayor) in 2002. He is married to Stephanie Couts Bradley. He has adult sons, Eliot and Ian, and granddaughters Abigail and Olivia. The Bradleys are members of 1st Presbyterian Church. He is a member of the Kiwanis Club. Learn more about Howard Bradley
Ken Brown – A new plan for our County! I, ken Brown, formerly announce my intention to run for the office of Robertson County Mayor in the 2014 County General Election. As the owner of Brown’s Paint & Body and a resident of Springfield, I feel it is time for a fresh start.
I was born in Frankfort, Germany in 1965 at an Army Hospital. I grew up in Nashville and graduated from Stratford High School. After High School, I attended multiple automotive related schools and developed my career. I started my own successful body shop, Brown’s Paint & Body in 1989. In 2012, I lost my lower right leg to diabetes and was fitted with a prosthetic. Despite my impairment, I still enjoy automotive racing and restoration. Other hobbies include fishing, hunting, watching football, and spending time with my family. I am a supporter of the American Diabetes Association, Saint Jude’s Children’s Hospital and the Shriner’s Hospital.
I intend to bring the following to Robertson County. I will focus on better pay for our teachers. The future is in our hands and I want updated schools for our students. I want to bring better paying jobs all across our county by welcoming new businesses and factories to build inside our county. I want to build support for our local farmers. I see far too many taxes, and if elected, will not raise county taxes. I will seek a property tax cap for our senior citizens. I will have an open door to hear your grievances. I will make the desires of the people my desires.
Robertson County Trustee
Kendra L. Shelton – for TRUSTEE: I am an accountant for Robertson County Finance Department for 8 years where I am responsible for the retirement, insurance, and investments of the all the County Government and Board of Education employees. I reconcile over $70 million of County funds annually. I have a total of 17 years accounting and finance experience.
I was born in Adams, TN and raised on the family farm where I learned the priceless value of having to work hard for the things that are important. This is my first time seeking public office. My desire is to be an “elected official” who serves the people, not a “politician.”
Goals if Elected:
- Take care of the County’s money… I will use my education and experience to best account for and invest all the money taken in by Robertson County.
- I will treat everyone as I want to be treated. I will be sure that you leave the office with an answer to your question or a way to contact someone else who can help…
- And as I have said to all who asked if I could reduce their property taxes, I do not control the amount, but I will be nice to you when you come to pay!
- Transparency and Trust… Too often distrust and apathy cause us to be critical of our government leaders. The only way to change that is to place honest, trustworthy, reliable people with proven track records in office. I am a person of such character and I ask for you vote as the next Robertson County Trustee.
Karen D. Couts for Trustee- I am a resident of Cross Plains, TN and am running for office of trustee. I have over 24 years of financial experience and have worked in management for the Old Hickory Credit Union for the last seven years. I am completely embedded in Robertson County and currently head the Robertson County reads program, a member of the Robertson County chamber board and the NorthCrest Foundation board and I just love this county! I would like to make a difference for our Robertson County residents and I am asking for your vote on August 7th.
Circuit Court Judge 19th Judicial District Division I
Ross H. Hicks – Circuit Court Judge – Membership(s): Montgomery County Bar Association, Robertson County Bar Association Tennessee Judicial Conference, Co-Chair of Education Committee, Tennessee Trial Judges Association. Community Involvement – First Presbyterian Church, Clarksville, Clarksville Kiwanis Club, Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library Foundation Trustee, Leadership Clarksville (graduate, Former President), Leadership Middle Tennessee (graduate 2003)
Circuit Court Judge 19th Judicial District Division II
Bill Goodman – is a sixth-generation resident of our community who has been married to his wife Diane for 37 years. Bill has two children and four grandchildren, and he has been a longtime local volunteer and community leader. A respected attorney with 36 years of experience representing local people in our courts, Bill Goodman has earned the support of voters in Montgomery and Robertson Counties who are looking for a judge dedicated to fairness, integrity, and hard work.
Kaye Dyer – Kate’s a practicing attorney and has been a municipal judge in Coopertown, TN since 2008. Kate’s involvement in civic organizations is extensive, and includes:Tennessee Bar Association, 2005-present, American Bar Association, 1987-present, Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, 2006-present, Volunteer, Warm Hearts, Clarksville, TN, December, 2013 Legal Counsel/Executive Committee, Cheatham County Safe House, 2012-2013 Co-founder, Forever Young, Over 50 Seniors, Pleasant View, TN, 2012-2013 Strafford County Women’s Shelter, Portsmouth, NH Parent/Teachers Association, Dover, NH Numerous Church Board memberships and committees.
Circuit Court Judge 19th Judicial District Division III
Danny Brollier -I have been a prosecutor in Clarksville, Tn for the last 18 years and decided to run for this position because I believe that I possess the right combination of legal and life experiences needed to bring a consistent, common sense application of the law to our court system. Our judicial district deserves a Judge who will consistently treat everyone; victims, witnesses, lawyers, defendants and court personnel with respect and who will apply the law consistently, fairly, without prejudice, bias or respect for a person’s wealth, power or position. I have always sought to apply these values and principles as a lawyer and prosecutor and, if elected, I promise that I will diligently seek to apply these same values and principles as your Judge. Learn more about Danny Brollier
Attorney Ben Dean – The only candidate for Circuit Court Judge born and raised in Robertson County. The reason that I’m running for judge is because there is a stain of corruption and hypocrisy in our court that everyone knows about and it’s time to clean the nest. I’m ready to clean up the courts. I’m ready to bring back Robertson County in the courts and start a new day! I believe that a Circuit Court Judge should be honest, fair, humble, and impartial, and should treat all persons and attorneys before the Court with courtesy, decency, humility, and respect without regard to race, national origin, or financial or political status.
John H. Gasaway – Circuit Court Judge Elected/Appointed 1990. Previous Employment Private Practice, 1975-1990. Education: Nashville School of Law, 1975, Austin Peay State University, 1969. Membership(s): Montgomery County Bar Association, Robertson County Bar Association, Tennessee Judicial Conference, Tennessee Trial Judges Association. Community Involvement:Volunteer Activities Associated with Membership at Woodmont Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Chancellor 19th Judicial District
Laurence M. “Larry” McMillan – is a chancellor for the Nineteenth Judicial District in Tennessee. He has served in this position since 2004, In 2006, he was re-elected to a full term, which ends in 2014. McMillan received his undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 1983 and his law degree from University of Tennessee in 1987. McMillan began his career in 1987 as a lawyer with the firm of Barnett & Alagia. He then joined Cunningham, Mitchell, Hicks & McMillan in 1992 and worked there until 1998. From 1998 until his election to the Chancery Court in 2004, he practiced under McMillan & McMillan, PLLC.
District Attorney General – 19th Judicial District
John W. Carney Jr. – I have led the District Attorney’s Office for the last 21 years, and bring 19 years experience with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation first as a Special Agent then as TBI Director. One of our community’s most important needs is a strong and experienced prosecutor’s office. The 19th Judicial District has one of the largest case loads in Tennessee and must have a proven prosecutor and a leader who is committed to the people of Montgomery and Robertson counties. I am running for re-election as your District Attorney General because building cases and prosecuting criminals is not a job for the inexperienced or unproven. Recognized and proven experience brings justice to our community, and seasoned leadership matters when electing a District Attorney. Learn more about John W. Carney Jr.
Joel Wallace – It’s time for a District Attorney who will be active in court and in our community. Whether keeping the District Attorney’s offices open and accessible, trying cases or advocating for victims, I will play an active role in making our communities safer. As the top law enforcement officer for the area, the District Attorney must take an active role in our schools or community organizations. Building on my experience holding town hall meetings as a member of the Clarksville City Council, I will keep our citizens informed with what is going on in the District Attorney’s office.
- 6th Generation Middle Tennessean
- Graduate of Clarksville High School and University of Memphis Law School
- Experienced, Fair and Active Attorney
- Clarksville City Councilman
- Member of City’s Public Safety Committee and Numerous Civic Boards
- Graduate of 19th Judicial District Drug Task Force Citizens Class and Other Leadership Programs
Public Defender 19th Judicial District
Roger E Nell – Currently serves as District Public Defender, 19th Judicial District (appointed 2000, elected 2002, re-elected 2006, unopposed for re-election 2014). Previously in private practice (Goble & Nell, PLLC and solo-practice). Former Assistant Attorney General, State of Tennessee, Enforcement Division; Judge Advocate, U.S. Army, Colonel (retired).
County Legislative Body District 1
Robert L. (Bobby) Couts, Jr
County Legislative Body District 2
County Legislative Body District 3
Larry Di Orio
Patsi Gregory– I am running for re-election as County Commissioner. I have been married to Will Gregory for 40 years and we have three children and four grandchildren. Two of my grandchildren attend public school in Robertson County. My district is made up of people born and raised in Robertson County and still living on the land where their grandparents lived, families who have only been in our county for a short period of time, young couples with small children and retired couples with grandchildren. There is a fine line that exists in balancing the needs of these different groups. For over nine years I’ve been successful in accomplishing this because I have asked for the input of the people I represent. I want to be able to continue to do that. Please vote for me for County Commissioner for District Three!
Eric Roberts – Hello. My name is Eric Roberts, and I am asking for your vote for District 3 Commissioner. I am a 25 year resident of Robertson County. I have been married to my wife, Tammy, for 31 years. My son and daughter- in- law, Cody and Rheanne, reside in Coopertown with our first grandchild, Cade. My son Caleb, resides in New Orleans, LA. Both my sons and daughter- in- law are graduates of Greenbrier High School. I am in the collision repair business at Ridgetop Collision Center, and have been in this line of work for over 30 years. I am a long time member of Rock Springs Baptist Church. I think it is important that Robertson County focuses on providing more security for our schools and on trying to retain our long time educators. If elected, I will dedicate myself to learning the job and representing the people of my district.
County Legislative Body District 4
Ervin D. Brown – Current County Commissioner for 4th District. As a candidate for the 4th Commissioner District, I believe in the following: That the County should balance the budget each year. That the County should be progressive in attracting businesses to provide good jobs. That the County needs to be a good manager of resources for all its citizens.
Bio: Certified Public Accountant, Member of the Tennessee State Society of Certified Public Accountants, Member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Board Member of the Robertson County Community Foundation, Board Member of the Robertson County Scholarship Foundation Rotarian….Lived in Robertson County for 45 years and worked as an accountant for 23 years.
Kathy Spears- Current County Commissioner for 4th District
County Legislative Body District 5
Carol Chism Dugger
Rachel Rasmussen Slusser
County Legislative Body District 6
Donna Rae Dorris – My name is Donna Rae(Wilson) Dorris. I have been a resident of Robertson County for 64 years and Coopertown for 56 years. I attended Coopertown Elementary (1-8), Springfield High School, University of Tennessee at Martin (BS), and Tennessee State University (Masters). As an educator in Robertson County for 42 years, I have been a teacher, an administrator, and a Supervisor of Student Services (currently). My experience, knowledge, and skills would be an asset in this position. I’m at a time in my life in which I want to take responsibility in the decisions of Robertson County that affect not only my future, but my children and grandchildren’s future as well. I will be fair, consistent, and honest in making those decisions. I look forward to the opportunity to serve and work with my neighbors in District 6 and all residents of Robertson County. Learn more about Donna Dorris
Stacey Moulton Moore – I am seeking re-election for District 6 County Commissioner. It has been a great honor to serve again these last 10 months when I was appointed to fill one of the two seats in District 6.
1984 Graduate of Springfield High School, – APSU- Bachelor of Professional Studies, – Married to Jon Moore, I have two girls and a bonus son, – County Commissioner for District 6: 2006-2010 Budget, Education, and Solid Waste Committees., – Current County Commissioner District 6: September 2013-current
Currently serve on: Buildings and Grounds Committee, – Fire Committee, – Law Enforcement, – Finance Audit
I would like to continue to utilize my experience and skills with the decision making and playing a vital role with the growth and education of the county. My past experience as commissioner provides the qualifications needed to continue to serve the residence of Robertson County. I would appreciate your support and vote.
County Legislative Body District 7
Laurie Walling Riley – I am a resident of Adams, TN running for county commissioner for the 7th District. My husband and I attend Cedar Hill Baptist Church . Serving on the outreach family ministry team has given me a desire to serve area neighbors on a county level therefore seeking election for county commissioner.
William (Billy) Vogle
County Legislative Body District 8
Mike (Bubba) Dorris -Everybody knows me as “Bubba” born and raised in Springfield, Tn for 49 years. I humbly got district 8 four years ago as county commissioner and and I have no competition this year as far as anyone running against me but I still want to be just as humble I was four years ago and I want to ask folks to vote for me again and I promise to do the best I can. If you don’t like something I do please let me know because that helps to make me a better person. I try to ask all the questions I can for us as a county and I thank you for your vote come August.
Faye L. Stubblefield
County Legislative Body District 9
Tommy W. Baggett
Warren L. Corbin – I have had the pleasure of serving as your 9th District County Commissioner since March when I was appointed to fulfill Commissioner Bill Gray’s term. I now ask for your support to continue this service as your elected representative. My strong business background provides the qualifications, and my life-long family interest provides the desire to contribute my time and effort to improving our community. I am a life-long resident of Robertson County where I was raised in a farming family and educated in our public school system. After receiving a B.S. degree in Agriculture from Austin Peay State University, my career has been almost exclusively with Hail & Cotton, Inc. where I have served the past eight years as President/CEO. My wife and I have three young children who are just beginning their education at Krisle Elementary, and we attend Cedar Hill Baptist Church.
Robert T. (Bob) Hogan – Being a lifelong resident of Robertson County, I have seen a lot of great changes. I have lived in 6 different districts and traveled nearly every road in our county. Being a people person, I have been blessed by understanding what people need. Living in our rural county, my degree in agricultural has to help. Being a minister, I understand the concerns of our citizens. Being a successful business man, I know what it takes to get the job done. As our commissioner, I will use my experiences to work for all of us in making our county the best.
County Legislative Body District 10
Chris Davis – I would like to bring a younger generation to the table and some common sense to the county commission and I think that it’s time for change and I appreciate your support and vote for county commissioner in district 10.
Burton D. Glover – General Sessions Court Judge w/ Juvenile Court Jurisdiction running for county commissioner.
Bobby M. Jones
William H. (Bill) Moore – I am a candidate for the 10th District County Commissioner’s race. I am retired with 30 + years of management experience, a former educator and a veteran. My wife, Patty and I have lived in Robertson County for the past 23 years and have been very involved in the community and schools. Both of our children are graduates of Springfield High. I want to be a part of the growth and success of Robertson County. My pledge is to help move our county forward while making County Government as open and transparent as possible.
County Legislative Body District 11
Billy Kevin Gray
Steve Haley – I am seeking to retain a seat in the 11th district. I have lived in Robertson County for 22 years and I am employed by PL Marketing and I am a 1983 graduate of Austin Peay State University. I believe in giving back to my community and have served the citizens of the 11th district for the past 2 terms.
During my tenure I have served on several different committees including, but not limited to, Chairman of the County’s Education Committee (4 yrs), Legislative Committee (8 yrs), and Animal Control Committee (2 yrs).
I believe our county has tremendous growth potential. With that expected growth will create opportunities for school expansion and industry development. Careful consideration will need to be devoted to such decisions. As a County Commissioner, “I promise to give each proposal its due discernment.” I ask for your vote on August 7th
County Legislative Body District 12
Dontez L. Huskey – Lifelong Resident of Springfield. Attended Robertson County Schools Graduate from Springfield High School. Graduate of Penn Foster College concentration in Technology. Formerly employed by the Robertson County Board of Education Technology department. Former Robertson County Deputy Sheriff. Former Animal Control Officer Robertson County. For as long as I can remember Robertson County has been a training ground for other agencies such as fire departments, law enforcement & EMS personnel. I believe we should do more for our Teachers as well. I think we need to focus on retaining these employees so we can build a better Robertson County. I also think we need to have more programs to keep our children of our communities occupied to keep them out of our Judicial system. I would like the opportunity to represent the citizens of District 12 as well as other districts. Decisions Commissioners make effect the entire county. We need to better prepare our County for the future.
Circuit Court Clerk
Lisa Cavender – I am running for re-election for Circuit Court Clerk. I have been in office for 12 years now and believe that my experience and dedication as circuit court clerk has helped me to be a better candidate for this position. Our office handles over 21,000 cases and we have received over four million dollars in receipts and Robertson County needs someone that is trustworthy and experienced in handling large sums of money and case loads. I would very much appreciate your vote on August 7th.
Albert Fuqua – I am a resident of Springfield, TN for 44 years. I am running for circuit court clerk because I have had three attorneys steal approximately $12,000 from me and I didn’t like the results I received from the clerk system in Robertson County and the judicial system and feel that things are in bad shape and there are a lot of things going on in the county that should never have been allowed and I believe it’s time for a change. I ask for your vote for circuit court clerk this August.
Bill Holt – Sheriff Holt has 50 years of Law Enforcement experience. He served 4 years with the USAF Air Police, 6 years as a Tennessee State Trooper, and 21 years at TBI where he retired as Deputy Director. Bill has been with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office for over 19 years, serving 9 years as Chief Deputy until being elected Sheriff in 2010.
Susan K. Atchley – My name is Susan K. Atchley and I’m honored to be your County Clerk for the last 16 years.I am so proud of our many accomplishments and our continued customer service during my tenure:
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County Commission roll call vote
County Commission going green
Register of Deeds
Connie Y. Stroud
School Board Zone 1
School Board Zone 2
Stoney A Crockett – Stoney Crockett has served on the school board for the past 12 years and looks and has been employed by Penske Truck Leasing for 29 years and currently holds the position of rental sales representative. Stoney maintains a personal interest in seeing that Robertson County always “Puts the Children First”. As a graduate of Robertson County Schools and a parent, Crockett has a true understanding of what parents want and what students need from their school system. During Stoney’s time on the board he has had the honor of serving the board as its Tennessee Legislative Network Representative for 2 years, as the vice chairman for 1 year and as the chairman for 4 years. Stoney has also served on the Tennessee School Board Association Board of Directors for the past 4 years as the Mid-Cumberland Director. Please show your support by voting Stoney Crockett for Robertson County School Board – School District 2.
Gary N Lima – The UN-Common Core Candidate for School Board – District 2 / County Voting Districts 2 and 3. Former Marine NCO, retired Military Officer and retired State of Tennessee (Fixed Nuclear Facilities Program Manager – TEMA). He has taught at Appalachian State University as Assistant Professor of Military Science (ROTC) and as Senior Army Instructor at a Tennessee High School (JROTC). He has a B.A. in Political Science, a graduate of the US Army Command and General Staff College. Gary and his wife Leah (CHET teacher) have been married 19 years, have two sons and attend Calvary Baptist Church in Greenbrier. This is Gary’s second year teaching at CHET. Gary has many years of experience in budget management, writing/negotiating Federal contracts at State level and subcontracts at State level for Counties. A decision maker and problem solver that brings a strong background to the School Board in the best interests of students and teachers.
City Of Greenbrier Alderman-Ward 1
City Of Greenbrier Alderman-Ward 2
City Of Greenbrier Alderman-Ward 3
Republican State Executive Commiteeman – District 25
Mary Ann Parks
Democrat State Executive Commiteeman – District 25
Gentry L Allen – Support Gentry Allen for the Democratic State Executive Committee of the 25th Senatorial District.
General Sessions Judge
Joel W Perry – Since 1985, Joel has practiced law in a variety of roles, in both private practice and in various public roles. He has served as an attorney for the Tennessee Board of Parole, where he provided legal advice to the Board, trained parole officers, prepared policies and procedures, lobbied the legislature, and dealt with the governor’s office.
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