Mayor Ken Moore and Mayor Bob Shutt endorse Mark Green

Franklin and Savannah mayors join 10 other mayors in endorsing Green

FRANKLIN, Tenn. – Today, Franklin Mayor Ken Moore and Savannah Mayor Bob Shutt announced their endorsements of Dr. Mark Green for Congress.

“Mark Green served our country with honor in the United States Army and has served Tennessee with honor as a State Senator. I am confident he will continue his record of distinction as the next Congressman from the Seventh Congressional District,” remarked Mayor Moore, who has led Franklin since 2011.

Mayor Bob Shutt noted, “Like many Tennesseans in the 7th district, Mark grew up on a dirt road in a small town and understands firsthand the challenges facing our communities. He has dedicated his life to service, and I am confident he will represent us well in Congress.” Shutt was first elected Mayor of Savannah in 2000.

Green’s candidacy for Congress has attracted broad support, with endorsements from 100 conservative leaders across Tennessee and a 147-member finance committee including 14 legislators who represent all 19 counties in the 7th district.

“I’m honored to have Mayor Moore and Mayor Shutt’s endorsements. Ken and Bob have both dedicated their careers to serving their communities and I look forward to working together with them,” stated Green.

Moore and Shutt join the following mayors in endorsing Senator Green’s campaign:

Williamson County Mayor Rogers Anderson
Erin Mayor Paul Bailey
Fairview Mayor Patti Carroll
Houston County Mayor George Clark
Ethridge Mayor Robin Cobb
Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett
Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham
Stewart County Mayor Rickie Joiner
Lobelville Mayor Robby Moore
Lawrence County Executive TR Williams

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