Crowe announces re-election bid for 2022

Published 3:32 pm Tuesday, December 14, 2021

JOHNSON CITY — State Senator Rusty Crowe (R-Johnson City) formally announced his campaign for re-election to Tennessee State Senate District 3 at the East Tennessee Republican Club Christmas Celebration.

“For many years now, my focus has been to first work with you, the people I serve. Along with our Governor, our local leaders, and my colleagues in the legislature on both sides of the aisle, I want to make sure Tennessee remains a safe and prosperous place to live, work, and raise a family,” Crowe said. “Should the people I represent choose to send me to Nashville for another term, I will proudly work to continue the progress we have made.”

Crowe currently serves as Chairman of the Senate Health and Welfare Committee. He also serves on Senate Education and Government Operations committees. He takes a ‘Tenncentric’ common sense approach to the issues at hand and will always work to maintain Tennessee’s national reputation for low taxes and pro-business environment.

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“Rusty Crowe is a natural leader and a man of great honor and integrity. When the establishment threatened to take his job if he voted against an income tax, he stood up for taxpayers, said no to an income tax and earned himself the nickname “The Rock.” Rusty fights for our conservative values while always looking out for the vulnerable among us. His work in defense of veterans and the elderly has been second to none. As a fiscal conservative, Rusty helps ensure Tennessee’s budget is balanced and our state’s rainy-day savings account stays fully funded. His strong conservative leadership keeps Tennessee strong, prosperous and healthy. I am grateful he has decided to continue to serve and I support his re-election wholeheartedly,” said Lieutenant Governor Randy McNally.

“Senator Rusty Crowe has been a strong voice for his constituents, a committed conservative that Tennesseans can depend on and he is the type of servant leader that our State Senate needs. I hope the voters in District 3 will send him back to the State Senate in 2022,” said Governor Bill Lee.