Photo by Brandon Hicks During a Friday afternoon luncheon at Sycamore Shoals Hospital, U.S. Senator Bob Corker addressed an audience of elected officials, local business leaders and county residents about his hopes for the economy and this year’s election. Corker expressed optimism about the election providing Americans with the opportunity to participate and to select a candidate who offers solutions to the economic and fiscal problems facing the country. “This is the most important presidential race since 1980,” said Corker. “I hope that Americans will get involved in the election.”
An early Friday afternoon luncheon at Sycamore Shoals Hospital provided U.S. Senator Bob Corker with the opportunity to discuss the economy, healthcare reform and the upcoming election. Corker visited Elizabethton at the invitation of the Carter County Tomorrow Economic Development Board.
Corker’s comments to a large crowd of elected leaders, business officials and other residents echoed a positive tone as the nation prepares for the November presidential and congressional race. “This is the most important presidential race since 1980,” said Corker. “I hope that Americans will get involved in the election.
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