Tennessee's Late Entry GOP Candidate for The U.S. Senate Is Turning Heads

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Knoxville businessman John D. King has energized the state's GOP party with his entry into the U.S. Senate race. A non-traditional candidate and campaign strategy is connecting with voters across the state with great success.

John D. King U.S. Senate Candidate

"The battles we now face in Tennessee and Washington will not be won by a politician."

"Sending another politician to Washington is NOT the answer!" This quote by King is part of his motivation for entering the U.S. Senate race. A family man and business owner who resides in Knoxville, is greeting potential voters throughout the state with a fresh and direct message that is anything but, traditional political ease. We believe that real representation has been replaced with career politicians. King feels his relevant business experience, education and lack of fear for "stepping on someone's toes" when it comes time to take a stand, will make great assets when tackling the problems we face in Tennessee and in Washington. King is quick to tell everyone he meets that he is not a politician. Instead, he considers himself to be more of what our country's Founding Fathers envisioned in regards to true representation. Someone from among our citizenry who's actions, efforts and votes will be in the best interest of those who sent them. Representation that will wholeheartedly complete the tasks before them, return to their families and get back to work. And most importantly, someone who will fight to keep God and our Constitution as our government's very foundation. King feels that the battles we now face as a country will not be won by a politician. It has become a fight between good and evil. We face a very pivotal point in the struggle to steer our country's future course. We believe the conservative values, love of country and no-fear of taking a stand, makes John D. King our best choice for the United States Senate. To learn more, visit our website at http://www.johndkingforussenate.com

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