|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 6, 2021
|Sandy Casey for Congress
Sandy Casey Announces Run for Congress in Tennessee
Grassroots Activist Files to Challenge Chuck Fleischmann
Oliver Springs, TN –Longtime conservative Republican grassroots advocate Sandy Casey announced that she has filed for Congress to face Chuck Fleischmann. The Oliver Springs resident revealed a website, www.SandyCasey.com, so voters could engage with her campaign and find out more about this former teacher, ranch hand, Aviation Structural Mechanic in the US Navy, and now tech world employee.
“I am running to challenge the status quo of unresponsive representation, speeches with red hot rhetoric but no action, and DC comfort,” said Casey. “That is why I feel my determination and integrity, coupled with disdain with the RINOs, will make me work for the taxpayers of this state. My constituents deserve to have input on decisions that affect them.”
Surfers on the web can sign up for email newsletters, find out how to best contact Ms. Casey via email and phone, and can even view the National Debt Clock.
Casey further stated, “I am so grateful for all of the phone calls and messages from the Kentucky line down to Chattanooga encouraging me to challenge the incumbent. While I am enthusiastic about winning this seat and putting my years of common sense experience to work for the people of the Third District, it will not be easy to win, and winning is just the beginning of the hard work I pledge to the taxpayers.”
The district comprises two halves, joined together through a narrow tendril in Roane County near Ten Mile. The upper half borders Kentucky to the north and is composed of Scott, Morgan, Roane, Anderson, and Union counties, as well as most of Campbell County. The lower half borders North Carolina to the east and Georgia to the south. It is composed of Hamilton, Polk, McMinn, and Monroe, and the southern half of Bradley County.