NASHVILLE, TENN. – U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) completed her annual 95 county tour where she met with community leaders from every county in the Volunteer State.
“I recently wrapped up my tour of all 95 Tennessee counties. Local leaders, business owners, farmers, and families keep the Volunteer State running, and during my meetings with these Tennesseans, we brought to light the issues that matter most. I look forward to making our communities even stronger so that the Volunteer State thrives for the next 225 years!” said Senator Blackburn.
Below Are Brief Highlights From Senator Blackburn’s Meetings In White, Madison, Shelby, And Sullivan Counties:
This October, Senator Blackburn visited White County to honor World War II veteran Private First Class James Sutcliffe who was held captive for months behind enemy lines. She presented him with a Prisoner of War Medal for his courageous service and sacrifice.
Senator Blackburn celebrated 200 years of Madison County this November alongside the Tennesseans who call Madison County home.
In September, Senator Blackburn met with Randy Richardson, Executive Director of the International Port of Memphis, to ensure his team has the resources they need. This port is critical to the economy of Memphis and the entire region.
In August, Senator Blackburn visited Sullivan County at the new city hall facility to discuss how to best advocate for Kingsport’s small business interests in Washington.
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