Pam Fleenor Is A Woman Of Integrity

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

I am proud to support my friend, Pam Fleenor, for chancellor in the upcoming Republican primary.  Pam has been a dear friend for over 40 years; I know her well.  From what I understand to be the role of the chancellor, she is a perfect candidate.  Not only does she possess qualities of being fair-minded and compassionate, along with common sense, she already has experience working in Chancery Court.

Pam has been a leader all of her life, and she is the type of person to make decisions about right and wrong without being swayed by outside influences.  I can also tell you that Pam has a strong work ethic.  A local girl who grew up in Chattanooga, graduated from Central High and UTC before receiving her law degree from the University of Cincinnati, she has always cared about and served her community. 

In essence, I know Pam Fleenor to be a conservative Christian woman of integrity and highly recommend her for chancellor.  Thank you for considering her for your vote in the Republican primary.

Robin Ledbetter
Chattanooga


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