Rep. Scotty Campbell Won’t Seek Reelection

Tennessee State Representatives Scotty Campbell announced Wednesday he will not seek another term in the house, reports WCYB-TV.\
Campbell tells News 5 WCYB his long term personal and education goals are the reasons he cannot commit to another term.
He says he does not have a desire to become a career politician.
He thanked the voters of Johnson and Sullivan Counties for giving him the opportunity to serve them in the General Assembly.

Campbell, R-Mountain City, is a freshman lawmaker representing House District 3 who serves as a top aide to Kent Williams when Williams was speaker of the House.
He’s the fourth Republican legislator to announce he won’t seek another term in his current seat. (Two other representatives leaving the House, Joey Hensley and Frank Niceley, are running for the Senate.)

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