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Over 80 Tennessee mayors endorse Randy Boyd for governor
Jobs, education and rural communities cited as major reasons for early support
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After completing his historic run across East Tennessee and his climb up the Cumberland Plateau, Republican gubernatorial candidate Randy Boyd has not only racked up more than 216 miles of his historic 537.3 mile run across the state, but also the political endorsement of dozens of East Tennessee mayors. Today, Boyd announced the names of 33 more city mayors in East Tennessee who are actively working in support of his growing grassroots campaign for Governor. The city mayors endorsing Boyd today include: • Mayor Don Mull – Alcoa • Mayor Chuck Burris - Athens • Mayor Clint Hurley - Baneberry • Mayor Tom Rowland - Cleveland • Mayor Scott Burton - Clinton • Mayor George Gantte - Dandridge • Mayor Gary Louallen - Dayton • Mayor Dwain Land - Dunlap • Mayor Andy Lawhorn - Friendsville • Mayor Mike Werner – Gatlinburg • Mayor Wayne Best - Harriman • Mayor Dennis Jeffers - Huntsville • Mayor Mark Potts - Jefferson City • Mayor Mike Stanfield - LaFollette • Mayor Tony Aikens - Lenoir City • Mayor Tom Bickers - Louisville • Mayor Tim Neal – Kingston • Mayor Glenn Moser - Madisonville • Mayor Thomas Gregg - Mosheim • Mayor Beau Tucker - New Market • Mayor Jack Lay - Oneida • Mayor Chris Miller - Philadelphia • Mayor David Wear - Pigeon Forge • Mayor Philip Cagle - Pikeville • Mayor Carl Koella III - Rockford • Mayor Michael Lovely - Rocky Top • Mayor Bryan Atchley - Sevierville • Mayor William Riley - Sneedville • Mayor Doyle Lowe – Sweetwater • Mayor Patrick Hawkins – Tellico Plains • Mayor Michael Talley - Townsend • Mayor Bob Lovingood - Vonore • Mayor Glen Warren - White Pine “I am honored and grateful to have these outstanding leaders standing with me so early in this campaign,” Boyd said.