Alex Morrow seeks 4th District commission seat

Posted 2/17/18

Alex Morrow has announced his candidacy for the 4th District Bradley County Commission Seat A.

“I am running for this position because I believe Bradley County deserves better from its local government then what is being offered,” Morrow said.

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Alex Morrow seeks 4th District commission seat

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Alex Morrow has announced his candidacy for the 4th District Bradley County Commission Seat A.
“I am running for this position because I believe Bradley County deserves better from its local government then what is being offered,” Morrow said.

“  There have been too many missed opportunities in our county where our commissioners have failed to act upon.  They have neglected their duties in becoming public servants who strive to strengthen and empower their constituent’s beliefs and economical success.  It is time for the residents of, not only the 4th district, but the whole of Bradley County to be heard and defended.  It is time for change.” Morrow said.

“We are tired of sitting on the sidelines while communities all around us flourish because they have taken advantage of the industrial and technological jobs that are coming into the East Tennessee region.  I feel that Bradley County is one of the greatest communities one can find. 
“We are faith driven and kind citizens of this great state and country.  If anyone deserves to grow, it would be this community because it fully deserves it.  I humbly ask for the votes of the residents of the 4th district,” he said. 
“I am a young, driven individual that is dedicated to working hard for my district and my county.  Vote for me because I want a better future for our community.  A future that will thrive for generations to come,” Morrow said.

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