Meet Renee

A  BRAVE VOICE FOR EAST TENNESSEE

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Whether it was riding up steep hills on her bike as a girl or watching her Mom work long hours, Renee learned early in her life what it means to be brave and fight hard for what’s important.

For the last 14 years of her career, she took those lessons to the Tennessee Clean Water Network, where she fought powerful special interests and polluters, ensuring they gave relief back to the communities they damaged.

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Meet Renee

A  BRAVE VOICE FOR EAST TENNESSEE

Whether it was riding up steep hills on her bike as a girl or watching her Mom work long hours, Renee learned early in her life what it means to be brave and fight hard for what’s important.

For the last 14 years of her career, she took those lessons to the Tennessee Clean Water Network, where she fought powerful special interests and polluters, ensuring they gave relief back to the communities they damaged.

Learn More

It’s time to clean up Washington.

The loss of jobs. The costs of healthcare. Endless corruption. It’s time we stopped ignoring these major issues and got to work to solve them. Check out my national award-winning video “Riverside Blues” to hear about how I’ll fix it in Congress.

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