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Kim McMillan’s campaign lays out priorities in October 5th BBQ

 

Kim McMillan for Mayor of Clarksville TNMayoral Candidate Kim McMillan held a campaign BBQ on October 5th 2010. Approximately 800 people attended based on the number of plates of food they distributed. Both political parties were represented showing that the support for Kim’s Campaign in the community is largely non-partisan, something McMillan touched on in her speech. Current Mayor Johnny Piper and members of the Clarksville City Council were on hand along with community leaders, business people, and most importantly every day voters all on hand to lend their support to McMillan.

Kim McMillan addressing a standing room only crowd at her Campaign BBQ on October 5th.

Kim McMillan addressing a standing room only crowd at her Campaign BBQ on October 5th.

Kim identified the reason she is running as Mayor for the City of Clarksville, “I think the one most important reason is because  I love this town, this community, and I love all of your, and the people in Clarksville. I want to see us become the best city, and not just in Tennessee but in America to live, work, and raise our families; the things that are most important to all of you, and the things that are most important to me.”

In her speech McMillan touched on:

  • Raising people up,
  • Running a nonpartisan campaign
  • Importance of Voting
  • Importance of education
  • Public service
  • Giving back to our community

She also laid out the heart of her campaign, “Now, the most important thing I think about my candidacy and about what I want to do as Mayor is that I am positive and I am excited! I am not someone who looks back, I am someone that looks forward; because we are not going to focus on what happened in the past. This is going to be an administration that focuses on what’s happening in the future. Where we’re going.”

Early voting starts on October 12th,  with the General election taking place on November 2nd.


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