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Gibbs Challenges Johnson to Debates

Bruce GibbsChallenger says ‘It’s Time for Change.’

(ASHLAND CITY) – Bruce Gibbs, democratic candidate for State Representative in District 78, today challenged State Representative Phillip Johnson to seven debates.“Every voter in Cheatham, Montgomery and Williamson Counties deserves to know where Phillip and I stand on the issues that are important to our communities,” Gibbs said. “I look forward to debating and discussing the issues in an open and objective forum, and I trust that Philip is willing to give the voters this opportunity.”

Gibbs has proposed a debate in each of the following communities: Ashland City, Pleasant View, Kingston Springs, Woodlawn, Cunningham and Fairview. These seven communities are located in the three counties that compose District 78.

“I believe it’s time for a change in the 78th district. We need real leadership that produces real results for our families,” said Gibbs. “We should be focused on bringing new resources to our schools and teachers, increasing access to affordable healthcare, and attracting more and better job opportunities to our community.”

Bruce Gibbs, former teacher, coach and Director of Schools in Cheatham County, is running for state representative in District 78. Gibbs kicked off his campaign August 26th with friends and supporters at Riverbluff Park in Ashland City. Those in attendance included Commissioner of Revenue Loren Chumley, State Representative Butch Borchert of Camden, former State Representative Tommy Head of Clarksville, and AFL-CIO President Jerry Lee.

The election for State Representative is November 7 with Early Voting beginning October 18. Bruce Gibbs and his wife, Elaine, live in Ashland City.

For more information Contact:
Bruce Gibbs
(615) 792-7144

Bruce Gibbshttp://www.brucegibbs.net/
I am Bruce Gibbs and I’m running for State Representative in District 78. To tell you about myself and why I am running, I would like to tell you about my values. Like everyone here in the 78th District, community and family values are very important to me. My family, my church and our community keep me focused every day on what is important and what is right. Values are defined by what is important and right to our community, but it is also how we help each other and the priorities our state and local governments set.

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