CGAT Backing Chip Henderson, Larry Grohn

Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Chip Henderson and Mark West
Chip Henderson and Mark West

Chip Henderson, candidate for District 1 City Council, and Larry Grohn, candidate for District 4 City Council, were awarded certificates of endorsement by the Citizens for Government Accountability and Transparency.

Mr. Henderson was cited at the Country Diner in Lookout Valley and Mr. Grohn at the breakfast club at Hardees on East Brainerd Road.

Mark West, CGAT President stated, “We are pleased to announce our support for both Chip Henderson in District 1 and Larry Grohn in District 4.” “Each candidate has demonstrated they are the best candidate for city council, and closely aligns with our values and ideals.”

CGAT is a Political Action Committee "dedicated to promoting and supporting limited government, fiscal conservatism and free markets by pursuing the values and principles enumerated within the U.S. and Tennessee Constitutions."

Mark West and Larry Grohn
Mark West and Larry Grohn

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