La Vergne Alderman Candidate Jason Cole announced several endorsements

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Doug Shafer, Brad Turner and Robert Stevens

City of La Vergne Alderman Candidate Jason Cole today announced that he has received the endorsements of Rutherford County Commissioners Doug Shafer, Robert Stevens, and Brad Turner.

"Jason Cole is a fiscal conservative, and he will be a good steward of our tax dollars," said Commissioner Shafer. "Jason will examine all sides on an issue before making a decision. He would be a great alderman for the people of La Vergne."

"Jason Cole is a candidate who believes in La Vergne," stated Commissioner Turner. "Jason's passion for serving others, his unbridled focus and knowledge on the issues, and his genuine care and concern for his community are what is missing in everyday leadership. I am proud to support Jason Cole for alderman."


"Jason Cole would be an excellent addition to the La Vergne Board of Mayor and Aldermen," said Commissioner Stevens. "He will serve in a positive, professional, and ethical manner." Stevens added, "Jason has a proven record of community service, and the people of La Vergne can count on him to make fiscally responsible decisions."

Earlier this month, State Senator Jim Tracy endorsed Cole's candidacy.


"I am honored to have the support of Senator Tracy and Commissioners Shafer, Stevens, and Turner," said Cole. "Support for the campaign continues to grow daily as my positive vision for La Vergne spreads through the city."

Cole lives in La Vergne with his wife Bridget. Together they have two children, ages 4 and 5.

Early voting is October 19 through November 3rd with the General Election November 8th.

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