Karl Dean vs. Bill Lee
To The Editor:
With the coming of the Nov. 8 election, two candidates are seeking your vote to elect them the next governor of the great state of Tennessee. One is a conservative republican, the other a moderate Democrat, but both cherish their God-fearing Christian values in every aspect of life,
Mr. Bill Lee, the Republican, is a businessman in Franklin in the air conditioning and heating industry and Mr. Karl Dean, the Democrat, served as a two-term mayor of Nashville in one of the worse crises the city had ever gone through, the 2010 flood. But with Mr. Dean's leadership, he turned around that crisis and returned Nashville to the shining light that it remains today.
Now we. the voters, need to educate ourselves as who would be the best to be our governor, a profitable businessman with no government experience or a person who served two terms as the mayor of Nashville. As we await the answers to the agenda and issues each of these two men will bring to us in the next two months, will we vote party over interest, or will we educate ourselves on the issues put forth by these two gentlemen?
Please educate yourself as to who these two men are and what they will do to make things better for every resident of the great state of Tennessee. For this voter, only Karl Dean will do.
Bobby G. Fanning
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