WTF is proud to endorse Mayor Kim McMillan

Meet Mayor Kim McMillan

Mayor Kim McMillan is in a 4-way, non-partisan race in her re-election campaign for Mayor of Clarksville.  Mayor McMillan has served two 4 year terms as Mayor and will be term-limited after 3 consecutive 4 year terms.  She was the first female elected Mayor of any Tennessee city with a population in excess of 100,000. Before being elected Mayor, Kim served in the Tennessee General Assembly for 12 years.  While serving, Kim was elected as Majority Leader of the Tennessee House of Representatives, the first woman to serve in this position in either Chamber of the General Assembly. Kim went on to serve in Governor Phil Bredesen’s cabinet as Senior Policy Advisor.

Mayor McMillan believes in the people of Clarksville, the incredible economic opportunities that have been generated under her leadership and the exceptional quality of life in Clarksville.  If elected for a third term, Mayor McMillan will continue push for projects like the Clarksville Family Athletic Complex, the Clarksville Downtown Performing Arts Center and improved infrastructure and transportation systems.  This goes hand in hand with providing our law enforcement with the tools they need to keep Clarksville safe. Kim believes that her main campaign issue is to continue to make Clarksville the best city in America to live, work and raise our families.

Her General Election Day is November 6, 2018.

Join WTF in supporting Mayor McMillan by making a donation to her campaign online: https://www.kimmcmillan2018.com/donate/

(100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign)

Learn more about Mayor McMillan at: https://www.kimmcmillan2018.com/

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.

WTF is proud to endorse Jennifer Vannoy

Meet Jennifer Vannoy

Jennifer Vannoy, a first-time candidate and graduate of the Emerge Tennessee training program, is running for House District 34 in Rutherford County. Jennifer is a wife, mother, community organizer and activist who has been a teacher, restaurant manager and a real-estate agent. She was a part of the original organizing team for the Nashville Women’s March in 2017. Jennifer is running on a platform of investing in public education, expanding access to healthcare and prioritizing our infrastructure and roads.

Her General Election Day is November 6, 2018.

Join WTF in supporting Jennifer by making a donation to her campaign online: http://bit.ly/WTFforJennifer

(100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign)

Learn more about Jennifer at: https://www.jennifervannoy.com/

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.

WTF is proud to endorse Kate Trudell

Meet Kate Trudell

Kate Trudell, a first-time candidate and graduate of the Emerge Tennessee training program, is running for House District 16, in Knox County. Kate is a non-profit leader who has dedicated her career to protecting our most vulnerable populations. Kate is running on a platform of investing in public education, expanding access to healthcare and growing our economy.

Kate spent her childhood in small town, everybody-knows-your-name South Carolina, the daughter of a teacher and a small business owner. She was raised with an understanding that people, community, service, kindness, and thoughtful leadership are the keys to a better quality of life for everyone. Kate moved to Tennessee 15 years ago and has dedicated her career to the nonprofit sector, serving marginalized populations, and advocating for change.

In a country where the chasm between our needs and our leadership is widening at a terrifying rate, Kate wants to bring every voice to the table to ensure that each person in our community has what they need to thrive.

Her General Election Day is November 6, 2018.

Join WTF in supporting Kate by making a donation to her campaign online: http://bit.ly/WTFforKate

(100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign)

Learn more about Kate at: http://votetrudell.com/

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.

WTF is proud to endorse Andrea Bond Johnson

Meet Andrea Bond Johnson

Andrea Bond Johnson is a first-time candidate running for House District 82, the seat held by retiring Rep. Craig Fitzhugh. Andrea is a wife, mother, businesswoman, and long-time community leader. Andrea is running on a platform of investing in public education, expanding access to healthcare and fighting for good paying jobs.

As CEO of Golden Circle Insurance Agency, Andrea has seen first hand the devastating impact of the State Legislature’s refusal to expand Medicaid. Andrea believes in speaking truth to power, and turning heartache to action. Andrea is running for office to advocate for those who feel they do not have a voice in Nashville.

Her General Election Day is November 6, 2018.

Join WTF in supporting Andrea by making a donation to her campaign online: http://bit.ly/WTFforAndrea

(100% of your contribution goes directly to her campaign)

Learn more about Andrea at: http://abjtn.com/

Together, we will #ElectWTFWomen.