Douglas Henry Endorses Jeff Yarbro for State Senate



Today, State Senator Douglas Henry announced his endorsement of Jeff Yarbro to represent Nashville’s 21st District in the Tennessee State Senate.

“I’ve come to know Mr. Yarbro over the last several years, and I believe that he will ably represent the citizens of the 21st District,” said Henry. “His determination to work with members of both parties to advance the long-term interests of the State will serve him well in the legislature. He’s earned my vote.”

“Senator Henry cannot be replaced either in his knowledge of state government or his dedication to the Tennessee General Assembly,” said Yarbro. “I am honored to receive his support and look forward to asking for his counsel as his successor.”

Sen. Henry has represented the 21st District since 1970 and is Tennessee’s longest serving state senator. He announced in 2013 that he would not seek another term. Yarbro won the Democratic primary for District 21 on August 7, 2014. The general election will take place on November 4, 2014.




Together We Did It

I want to thank the voters of the 21st district who've talked with me at their doorsteps, shared their stories with me, and yesterday placed their trust in me to represent them in the Tennessee State Senate.
Tyler and I are so grateful to all of you who supported us in this campaign with your time, your energy, your contributions, and your votes.
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Tomorrow is Election Day

Supporter -
This morning, Tyler and I walked our son Jack to his first day of kindergarten at Sylvan Park Elementary - the same place where I'll be casting my vote tomorrow morning. It was a good reminder that all of us count on our government to actually work for our families and our community. 
It's time to put aside the constant fighting and gamesmanship in our state legislature. We must address the challenges that really matter. It's not enough to change the conversation; we have to change the outcomes in our state legislature.