Exited race. Asked supporters to vote for Ronald Ramsey.
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U.S.Senate of Zack wamp in 2010
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Zach Wamp is a common-sense conservative who promotes practical ideas to solve our nation's complex challenges. His energy and dogged determination have established him as a leader on issues like alternative energy, preventive health care and global security.
August 23, 1958 Knoxville, Tennessee
Married with 2 children
Family: Wife: Sindy
Birth Date: 11/20/1955
Birthplace: Johnson City, TN
Home City: Blountville, TN
Religion: United Methodist.
A Chatanooga native, Zach and his wife, Kim, have two children: Weston, a University of Tennessee graduate, and Coty, a student at UT.
As a teenager, Bill Haslam began working part-time in his family's business, the Pilot Corporation, a Knoxville-based petroleum company founded by his father Jim Haslam. Following his university graduation, he returned to Knoxville to work for Pilot,
Entrepreneur, historian, inventor, and exporter/importer.
Ramsey started his own surveying company in 1978. His business has since grown to a real estate and auction company -- Ron Ramsey and Associates, a well-respected land company in Upper East Tennessee.
Zach spent twelve years as a small businessman and commercial real estate broker before coming to Congress.
Haslam was formerly a member of the Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coalition, but resigned early in 2009 and became a member of the National Rifle Association.
Former President, Blountville Business Association
Board, Blountville Community Chest
Former President, Bristol Tennessee-Virginia Association of Realtors
Lay Leader, Elizabeth Chapel United Methodist Church
Advisory Board, Farm Credit Association
Indian Springs Optimist
Knoxville's mayoral elections are nominally non-partisan, but Haslam was known to be a member of the Republican Party when he ran for the office. He defeated Madeline Rogero to win election in 2003, replacing retiring four-term mayor Victor Ashe, and was reelected--with 87% of the vote--in 2007.
Ran for governor in 2002, 2004 , 2006; ran for state Senate, 2005, 2007, 2009; ran for U.S. Senate, 2006; Currently running for U.S. house
Ramsey was elected by the First District of Sullivan County to serve two terms in the Tennessee House of Representatives and, in 1996, won election to the State Senate, representing Tennessee Senate District 2, which encompasses Johnson and Sullivan counties.
After serving for eleven years on the House Appropriations Committee, our Leadership appointed me the top "ranking" Republican for the Subcommittee on Military Construction and Veterans Affairs and Related Agencies. This is a critical time of transformation
He is a member of Elizabeth Chapel United Methodist Church where he serves as a Sunday School teacher.
Zach and his family attend Red Bank Baptist Church.
Ramsey, the first Republican Senate Speaker in 140 years, has been named "The Best Lawmaker for Business in Tennessee" by Business Tennessee magazine for his success in passing pro-growth policy to improve the state's business climate.
As the Senate's
A few of Zach's legislative accomplishments include:
Combating methamphetamine production in Tennessee.
Expanding the Trail of Tears.
Keeping the aging Chickamauga Lock open and operational.
Preserving Moccasin Bend. Zach authored a bill leading to
He attended Emory University, graduating with a bachelor's degree in history.
Associate of business administration, Edmondson Junior College.
Ramsey graduated from East Tennessee State University with a degree in industrial technology in 1978.
Attended, Industrial Relations, The McCallie School University of North Carolina, 1977-1978, 1979-1980
Attended, Political Science, University of Tennessee, 1978-1979.
A former reconnaissance marine.
Active in his profession and community, Ramsey served as president of the Bristol Association of Realtors and as president of the Blountville Business Association. He was a member of the first "40 Under Forty" class recognized by The Business Journal
Governor Haslam has maintained a laser-like focus on improving Tennessee’s economy and recruiting and growing high-quality jobs for Tennesseans.
In just three and a half years, Governor Haslam has taken major steps to improve Tennessee’s business climate.
Source: http://www.billhaslam.com (10/30/2014)
Governor Haslam has worked with the General Assembly to reduce the tax burden on Tennesseans over the past four years: eliminating the Gift Tax, lowering the sales tax on food, lowering the burden of the Hall Income Tax on seniors, and phasing out the Death Tax.
Governor Haslam is committed to serious education reform to help ensure Tennessee’s workforce is prepared for the high-quality jobs of the future. We expect more of our students and teachers than we have in the past, and now is the time to provide the
Last year, Governor Haslam announced his “Drive to 55” initiative to raise the number of Tennesseans with post-high school certificates and degrees from 32% today to 55% by 2025. This level of preparedness is necessary to ensure a competitive workforce
A healthy Tennessee is a strong Tennessee, and Governor Haslam is committed to encouraging Tennesseans to make a personal decision to eat healthier and be more active.
Governor Haslam launched Healthier Tennessee through the Governor’s Foundation for
Neighborhoods and communities are the keys to a healthy society, and their safety must be a top priority.
Governor Haslam established a public safety task force in 2011, and has actively implemented its recommendations, which are designed to reduce
Governor Haslam has always been committed to efficient and effective government. He believes state government’s job is to provide the best possible service at the lowest possible cost to taxpayers.
After being sworn in as Governor, Bill Haslam instructed