BELLE MEADE, Tenn. - Tennessee gubernatorial candidate Beth Harwell and her family cast their ballots in the primary election.
They voted Saturday afternoon at Belle Meade City Hall. Speaker Harwell said she feels her experience and strong track record make her the best candidate for the job.
She added her family has been supportive throughout the election, and she was happy to have them by her side to vote.
“This is the first time all of my children are registered to vote,” she said. “I’m honored to have them here with me today.”
Harwell is facing U.S. Representative Diane Black, Knoxville entrepreneur Randy Boyd, and Williamson County businessman Bill Lee in the race to secure the Republican nomination.