Haslam To Be Special Guest As Rep. Patsy Hazlewood Launches Re-Election Campaign

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Governor Bill Haslam will be a special guest as Rep. Patsy Hazlewood launches her re-election campaign for House District 27.

A reception will be Thursday from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the Chattanooga Convention Center.

There is a minimum $500 contribution per individual/couple.

Also set to attend are Senators Bo Watson and Todd Gardenhire and Reps. Marc Gravitt, Gerald McCormick and Mike Carter.

The host committee includes Ray Adkins, Bill and Ann Aiken, Max and Sara Bonner, Ray and Diane Boaz, Frank and Dottie Brock, Fred and Amy Decosimo, Tom Decosimo, Nick Decosimo, David and Marcie Eason, Kurt and Christie Faires, Bob Franklin, Eddie and Diane Helton, Craig and Teri Holley, Donnie and Lisa Hutcherson, Nelson and Deanne Irvin, Tyler and Will Jeffery, Chris Moffatt and Ladell McCullough, Dr.

Phyllis Miller, Marshal and Donna Mize, Dr. Mitchell and Carol Mutter, Charles and Dana Perry, Claude and Jan Ramsey, Frank and Gracie Shriner, Mike and Judy St. Charles, Pat and Merri Ann St. Charles, Vance and Rebecca Travis, Bill and Nancy Underwood, Grady and Phyllis Williams and Barby Wilson.



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