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Kingston Springs House Party for John Patrick, candidate for State House, 78th district

House Party for John Patrick.  Voters from the Kingston Springs area, particularly the Ranchettes, are invited to a neighborhood house party for state representative candidate John Patrick from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, September 22, at the home of Anna Garner, 1060 Bald Eagle Drive in the Ranchettes.  Come on by and have a meet-and-greet with John, renew acquaintances with friends and neighbors, and enjoy some of Anna’s fine cuisine as she helps send John on to victory!  (He is running, you know, for the State House of Representatives from our 78th District.)  For information or directions, please call Anna Garner at (615) 504-8286.

John has a good shot at this seat.  Issues that John has heard from constituents include access to affordable healthcare, improving public education and improving our infrastructure, including bringing broad band internet access to all Tennesseans.  John is a farmer in Cheatham county, raising fruits, vegetables and animals.  John Patrick’s formative experiences started by being raised on a farm, and then devoting 35 years to public service.  Mostly, he served as a federal law enforcement officer: first as a Postal Inspector in Memphis and St. Louis and then as a Special Agent with the Office of Inspector General in Washington DC.

John believes that government can be effective and accountable, and most of all serve the people.  Come and talk with John about his vision for District 78 and the state of Tennessee.