Kathy Campbell and Mike Nidiffer join Renea Jones’s campaign team

Published 10:25 am Friday, April 19, 2024

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Renea Jones, Republican candidate for Tennessee House District 4, is thrilled to announce the addition of Kathy Campbell and Mike Nidiffer to her campaign leadership team. Their expertise and community connections will be instrumental in securing victory in Carter County. 

“I am deeply honored to have Kathy and Mike onboard as we work to earn the trust and support of families across our district,” said Jones. “Their extensive ties to the community and unwavering dedication will be invaluable assets as we continue to grow our movement in Carter County.”

Mike Nidiffer, a former Carter County educator and current Carter County Farm Bureau President, brings a wealth of experience and a profound understanding of local issues. Alongside his wife, Debbie, he embodies the essence of community spirit, always ready to extend a helping hand in Stoney Creek and beyond. 

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Kathy Campbell, a proud native of Elizabethton, served as the CEO of Northeast Community Credit Union for 38 years. Her enduring passion for enhancing the quality of life in Elizabethton is evident through her continued service on the Elizabethton Chamber, United Way, and Friends of Bonnie Kate Theatre boards.

“I am excited to join Renea Jones’s campaign team and contribute to her vision for our district,” said Nidiffer. “Having lived and worked in Carter County for many years, I understand the issues our community faces, and I believe Renea is the right person to address them.”

Campbell enthusiastically stated,”I am proud to support Renea Jones for Tennessee House District 4. Her dedication to our community and commitment to improving the lives of its residents is evident, and I am confident that she will be a strong advocate for us in Nashville.”

With the addition of Kathy Campbell and Mike Nidiffer, Renea Jones’s campaign is poised to continue its momentum and deliver positive change for Carter County and beyond.