The leaders will use their diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise to support the Diane Black campaign in their communities, Black said.
“To have the support of nearly 3,000 activists, elected officials and community leaders from all over our state is an honor.” Black said.
According to Black, those added to her community leadership team in Wilson County included Joseph Agee, Richard De Ago, former sheriff and Wilson County Commissioner Terry Ashe, Judy Ashe, Gail Carol Baldowski, Jack Bell, John Black, Charlie Brooks, Gordon Carroll, Lebanon Councilor Rob Cesternino, Don Chambers, Jimmy Comer, Joslyn W. Conrad, Miles Cotham, Arlene Cunningham, Ruby Decoursey, Elaine Delke, Greg Dugdale, James Early, Geneva Eaton, J. Lain N. Eskew, Glenn Farmer, former Wilson County Republican Party chair Kevin Foushee, Georgia Franklin, Clayton Fryer, Ken J. Gaines, Stephen Gateley, Sarah Gottschamer, Mary Jane Hagar, Amy Hamilton, Peter Heimbach, William Hunter, J. Brent Hurd, Gareld Kazee II, Joseph C. Walters III, Marilyn Johnson, Sue Johnson, Terri Jones, Mt. Juliet Commissioner Brian K. Abston Jr., Thomas T. Ferraro Jr., Walter Wolentarski Jr., Kathleen Kennedy, Kimberly Kermeen, William Kudrez, Debbie Lamberson, Karen Lasher, Patrick Leddy, Kevin M. Mack, Dolores Mackey, Jeffery T. Mathis, Renee W. Mathis, Dale Mcculloch, Kellie C. Mires, Kathy D. Montgomery, Carlyn Mozingo, Brenda J Mustoe, Shirley Y. Nelson, W.L. Nixon, Norma Otto, W. Travis Parham, James D. Peyton, Wilson County school board member Gwynne Queener, Henry Queener, Thomas Roe, Adib Roumie, Richard Sabaski, James W. Scabareti, Peter A. Schulert, Susan C. Schulert, Morgan Scott, Jack Swain, District Attorney Tommy Thompson, Julie Tucker, Jeffrey W. Vallett, Wilson County Commissioner Sue Vanatta and Scott Whitely.