Gubernatorial candidate visits Savannah

APRIL 26– Karl Dean, former Nashville mayor and a Democratic candidate for governor of Tennessee in the 2018 election visited Savannah this morning.

He arrived at the Farmers Market at the Hardin County Courthouse around 10 a.m., and spent time talking with courthouse employees and others.

Asked what he believes are the biggest challenges facing Tennessee in the next decade, Dean said, “There are two things. The priority is public education. Every child in Tennessee needs an education to help them compete in the 21st century. They also need the opportunity to attend college or, according to their choice, technical schools.


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