Shirley Borren Announced As Diane Black's Cannon County Campaign Chair

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GALLATIN — Diane Black, congressional candidate for the 6th district, announced today that Shirley Borren – a lifelong resident of Cannon County and a mother of three – has joined her campaign as her Cannon County Chairman.

“Shirley has a long track record of being active in her community and fighting for what she believes in,” said Black. “I am proud to have her and her experience and knowledge working on behalf of my campaign.”

“Diane has always fought for the conservative values and principles that define the people of Middle Tennessee,” said Borren. “I am honored to stand with her and to work to send her and the true conservative voice of the sixth district to Washington.”

A mother of three, Borren works at the Cannon County Domestic Violence office.

Borren joins Ruby Thompson and Sue Goolsby (Jackson County), Col. Wayne Coomes (Marshall County), Ben Craig (Bedford County), Dr. L.G. Puckett (Overton County), Clark Boyd (Wilson County), Carroll Carman (Trousdale County), Herman Baxter (Dekalb County), Melita Moss (Clay County), Tim Morrell (Rutherford County), Lanny Hudson (Macon County), Ann Schneider (Robertson County), Tommy Whittaker (Sumner County), and Bobby and Jean Davis (Putnam County) in Diane Black’s fight against government run health care, out-of-control spending and tax increases.

About Diane Black:

Diane Black is running for Tennessee’s sixth congressional district. She is a small business owner, a nurse for over forty years, and a proven leader who has a strong record of putting our conservative principles into action. Diane lives in Gallatin with her husband David. They have three grown children and six grandchildren.

For more information, please visit Supporters of Senator Black can also visit her campaign offices at 254 W Eastland Street, Gallatin, (615) 451-7454, at 921 D South Willow Avenue, Cookeville, (931) 303-4279, or at 201 West Main Street, Murfreesboro, (615) 480-0281. You can also follow the campaign on Twitter and on Facebook.
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