LYNCHBURG, Tenn. — State Representative David Alexander has agreed to meet with area residents at the County Building in Lynchburg at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 28.
A resident of Winchester, Alexander represents Dist. 39 as a Republican member of the Tennessee House of Representatives. The Jan. 28 meeting will give area residents an opportunity to hear from Alexander.
It will also give residents an opportunity to have an open discussion on a variety of issues, such as the changing climate towards the Constitutional Republic; the growth of big centralized government; attacks on the 2nd Amendment; state and national sovereignty; illegal immigration; religious liberty and the sanctity of life; EMP and the electrical grid; and Jihad in America.
District 39 encompasses Moore County, and part of Franklin and Marion counties.
Alexander is Vice-Chair of the House Finance, Ways and Means Committee; a member of the House Transportation Committee; a member of the House Finance, Ways and Means Subcommittee; and a member of the Joint Pensions and Insurance Committee.
The Jan. 28 meeting is a good opportunity to meet Alexander, get involved in local politics and voice concerns over issues that affect area citizens. Your participation is welcome.