The Wilson County Republican Assembly recently announced their endorsement of Rep. Susan Lynn for State Senate.
“Rep. Susan Lynn is a true, conservative leader who has worked to promote strength and unity within the local Republican community for years. Rep. Lynn works tirelessly to promote Tennessee’s state sovereignty, reduce government spending and waste, protect our second amendment rights, and to protect the rights of the unborn,” said WCRA President Michael Cole.
“I’m honored to receive the endorsement of the Wilson County Republican Assembly,” said Rep. Lynn. “I believe the Wilson County Republican Assembly’s endorsement of my bid for State Senate is indicative of the mood of Wilson County. The groundswell of support we’ve seen the last few weeks is incredible.”
Rep. Lynn announced her bid for State Senate after Senator Mae Beavers decided to run for County Mayor in June of 2009. After Senator Mae Beavers reversed that decision in March, Rep. Lynn said she felt “ethically bound” to keep her word and continue in her bid for State Senate.
The Wilson County Republican Assembly is the seventh conservative organization to endorse Rep. Susan Lynn’s candidacy for State Senate. The WCRA joined Sumner United for Responsible Government, Cross County Patriots, the Tennessee Tea Party Coalition, the Lone Star Tea Party, the Smoky Mountain Tea Party Patriots, and The Tea Party Patriots.