U.S. Senate Candidates Share Their Opinion on Conservation in Tennessee

Sep 28, 2020

Bradshaw and Hagerty headshots

It’s up to outdoor enthusiasts like you to let candidates know that the great outdoors is an important voting issue.

In an exclusive interview with Tennessee Wildlife Federation, we asked U.S. Senate candidates Marquita Bradshaw and Bill Hagerty to share their thoughts on conservation in Tennessee.

As you head to the voting booth, consider your impact. Your vote sends a message about the topics most important to you. Make our lands, water, and wildlife priorities, and make Tennessee’s next senator work for you.

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