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Clarksville, TN – You do have a choice…
Don’t let all this talk about Tennessee State Representative Joe Pitts being “unopposed” get you down. There is hope! Mike Warner does not have the out of area (and out of state) big money Representative Pitts has according to followthemoney.com.
Mike Warner does not have the favor of the media granting him publicity when he sneezes. In fact until this is published NO media coverage what so ever has been granted. That means Mike Warner is NOT part of the machine telling you how to vote or how to run your life. Mike Warner has NOT been paid off by industries or political organizations to buy his favor nor will he in the future.
Mike Warner will represent YOU the voters.
Mike Warner is a 20 year resident of Clarksville, TN.
Mike Warner continues to train and serve the community with the Montgomery County “Community Emergency Response Team”, the most active CERT team in the state.
Community service is not new to Mike Warner. It has been a life long commitment since his early teen years as a volunteer at Angel View Crippled Children’s Hospital in Desert Hot Springs, CA. Red Cross volunteer in various communities since about 1972. Amateur Radio Emergency Service, Navy MARS (Military Affiliated Radio Service), Army MARS in Desert Storm where, before the internet or cell phones, arranged funding, provided training and communications expertise for the 1st Armored Division’s 2nd Brigade and it’s Battalions free radio voice “phone patch” and electronic messages between soldiers and dependents in Germany and the United States from Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
Mike Warner is in this race because he believes Tennessee and America needs people who know what it means to put their life on the line for their country and our way of life. We have many difficult decisions before us in the near future and we cannot afford business as usual any longer. We cannot afford legislators who milk all they can out of tax payers for their own or special interests.
Mike Warner believes legislators carving out privileges for themselves not afforded to average citizens should be a crime. If you agree, why vote for any legislator living in Montgomery County who accepts per diem? Why would you not let your friends and neighbors know they have alternatives, including Mike Warner for Tennessee State House District 67.
Get out your voter registration card. Are you in Tennessee House Representative District 67? Scan the QR Code here or print the card below for your wallet. You are allowed to carry a sample ballot or campaign information with you into the voting booth as long as you don’t show it around to other voters.
For more information on Mike Warner go to his website: www.TNHouse67.com
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Mike stands for Pro-Life, Traditional Marriage, Pro-Gun, SMALL Government for maximum individual LIBERTY.
Mike understands that rights don’t come from man and cannot be taken or diluted by men without judgement from the creator who is their true source.
A non-denominational Christian by faith; he believes in absolute truth, and that telling the truth is the purest form of love because TRUTH ALONE CANNOT SET YOU FREE, only the truth you KNOW.
Mike Warner served in the U.S. Coast Guard during the Vietnam Era, and the U.S. Army until after Desert Storm.
Mike also serves as an active volunteer to several local community organizations.
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