WTF Endorsement: Tamra King for State Representative

Tamra KingTamra King
www.tamrakingforstaterep.com

Tamra King is running for State Representative in District 92, which includes Lewisburg and parts of Franklin, Lincoln, Marion, and Marshall counties. Tamra is a former public school teacher and an advocate for teachers. She believes in WTF’s values, including affordable health care, quality public education, and pay equity.

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WTF Endorsement: Sharon Kay Edwards for State Representative

Sharon EdwardsSharon Kay Edwards
www.sharonkayedwards.org

Sharon Kay Edwards is running for State Representative in District 62, which includes Shelbyville and parts of Lincoln and Bedford counties. Sharon is a children’s librarian in Lincoln County and a longtime volunteer. She is a strong supporter of WTF goals such as access to health care, quality public education, and equality for all of Tennessee’s citizens.

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WTF Endorsement: Gloria Johnson for State Representative

Gloria JohnsonGloria Johnson
www.votegloriajohnson.com

Gloria Johnson is running in District 13 in Knox County. Gloria spent 27 years as an educator, most of them in the Knox County Schools, and is currently launching an educational consulting business, Tennessee Alliance for Learning and Leadership. She is an experienced leader who held the District 13 seat from 2012-2014, and she supports WTF goals of health care access, pay equity, fully-funded public schools, and protection of women’s right to make their own health care decisions.

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WTF Endorsement: Gayla Hendrix for State Representative

Gayla HendrixGayla Hendrix
www.hendrixinthehouse.com

Gayla Hendrix is running for State Representative in District 40, which includes portions of DeKalb, Smith, Sumner, and Trousdale counties. A lifelong resident of DeKalb County and a member of the Smithville City Council, Gayla worked in the DeKalb County schools for 20 years and now practices law in Smithville. She supports WTF values of health care access, pay equity, and strong public schools.

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WTF Endorsement: Amelia Morrison Hipps for State Representative

WTF Endorsement: Courtenay Rogers for State Representative

Courtenay RogersCourtenay Rogers
www.courtenayrogers.com

Courtenay Rogers is running for State Representative in District 63, Williamson County.  She is a veteran, an entrepreneur, and a community advocate who co-founded and serves as COO of a social enterprise company called Girls to the Moon that focuses on empowering young girls to change the world. She strongly supports WTF goals such as health care access for all Tennesseans, pay equity, and quality public education.

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WTF Endorsement: Trisha Farmer for State Representative

Trisha FarmerTrisha Farmer
www.trishafarmer.com

Trisha Farmer is running for State Representative in District 57, which encompasses Mt. Juliet, Old Hickory, and parts of Lebanon in Wilson County. Trisha is an entrepreneur and health care advocate who founded the Nashville Birth and Midwife Community, an advocacy group dedicated to improving birth outcomes and to advocacy for the rights of pregnant women. She supports WTF’s goals of pay equity, health care access, quality public education, and women’s right to make their own medical decisions.

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WTF Endorsement: Erin Coleman for State Senate

Erin ColemanErin Coleman
www.erinfornashville.com

WTF is proud to announce its endorsement of Erin Coleman for State Senate, District 20.

As a veteran, a lawyer, and a small business owner, Erin embodies the skills, experience, and values that the Tennessee State Senate needs, and she embraces WTF’s progressive goals such as health care access, pay equity, sensible gun legislation, and equal treatment for all citizens.

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WTF Endorsement: Holly McCall for State Representative