Marion County Democratic Candidates Rally Is Thursday

Monday, April 21, 2014

The Marion County Democratic will hold a Democratic Rally for all candidates on Thursday, beginning at 6 p.m. at  the Senior Citizens Center in Monteagle (adjacent to the May Justus Library), at 24 Dixie Lee Hwy Monteagle, Tn. 37356.

Each candidate will be given three minutes to speak to the group followed by a coffee meet and greet.  This will give candidates an opportunity to address Democrat Voters from Marion County and the Monteagle area. 

Agenda:

1.            Call to Order - Chair

2.            Invocation – Prayer

3.            Pledge of Allegiance

4.            Recognition of Guests and Candidates

                A.            TN Gubernatorial Candidates

                B.            US Senate Candidates

A.            Tennessee Congressional District 4 Candidates

B.            Tennessee State House District 39 Candidates

C.            Tennessee State House District 92 Candidates

                D.            Marion County Candidates

1. Judicial Circuit Candidates - Court Judge Part I, Part II, Part III, Chancellor, District Attorney

2. Marion County Mayor

3. Sessions Judge

4. Juvenile Judge

5. Marion County Trustee

                                6. Circuit Court Clerk

                                7. County Court Clerk

                                8. Register of Deeds

9. County Commission

10. District Constables

11. Marion County School Board

5.            Coffee and Meet and Greet

6.            Short Party Business Meeting

7.            Announcements

8.          Next Meeting

9.            Adjournment

Contact Jim Lewis, chairman  - A head count is neededso please leave a message (423) 903-9724 or e-mail jim.lewis.217@gmail.com or Attend Event Marion County Democratic Party on Facebook.

 


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