Brenda Freeman Short Speaks To Bradley County Democratic Party

Monday, November 18, 2013

Brenda Freeman Short will be the guest speaker at the Bradley County Democratic Party meeting in Cleveland, Tn., tonight (Monday) at 7 p.m. 

The meeting will be held at the Bradley County Library. 

She will speak on the topic Winning Elections One Step at a Time.

Ms. Short was elected as East Tennessee Vice President of the Tennessee Federation of Democratic Women in 2013 and has 17 counties under her leadership.

  She also serves as president of the JFK Club. She is a board member of the Hamilton County Democratic Party.  Ms. Short was a candidate for U.S. House of Representatives for the 3rd District of Tennessee in 2010. 

She received her law degree from Nashville School of Law.  She is a member of Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute where she serves on the Woman Impacting Policy Committee.  She is a member of Lawyers Association for Women and the Tennessee Bar Association. 

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