Loudon County Republican Party HQ Opening

This morning, the Loudon County Republican Party opened the HQ for the remainder of the year. The state and federal August 6 Primary election and the November 2 state and federal General Election.

We take you there and the 5 inductees of the Loudon County Republican Party Hall of Fame.

Former Chair Melissa Caldwell Browder putting up a sign wearing a #TheMegaBullhornofTruth wristband

Former Chair Melissa Caldwell Browder putting up a sign wearing a #TheMegaBullhornofTruth wristband

Loudon County Sheriff Tim Guider making an entrance

Loudon County Sheriff Tim
Guider making an entrance

Loudon County Trustee Chip Miller, Lenoir City Councilman James Brandon and me

Loudon County Trustee Chip Miller, Lenoir City Councilman James Brandon and me

Lenoir City Vice Mayor Jennifer Wampler talking to Jim and Darlene McNeece.

Lenoir City Vice Mayor Jennifer Wampler talking to Jim and Darlene McNeece.

Heather Ostermann and me with 5 month old Shelby

Heather Ostermann and me with 5 month old Shelby

food is always plentiful and good in Loudon

food is always plentiful and good in Loudon

Cory Russell and I

Cory Russell and I

cutting the ribbon

cutting the ribbon


the thorn with two roses, me and Joy Miller and Elizabeth Bradshaw.

the thorn with two roses, me and Joy Miller and Elizabeth Bradshaw.

State Rep. Lowell Russel with opening remarks

State Rep. Lowell Russel with opening remarks

State Rep. Kent Calfee

State Rep. Kent Calfee

Lt. Governor Rand McNally

Lt. Governor Rand McNally

United States Senate Candidate Bill Hagerty

United States Senate Candidate Bill Hagerty


Loudon County Sheriff Tim Guider in the Hall of Fame

Loudon County Sheriff Tim Guider in the Hall of Fame


Tim Brewster in Hall of Fame

Tim Brewster in Hall of Fame


Ralph and Bonnie Wear in Hall of Fame

Ralph and Bonnie Wear in Hall of Fame


Jim and Darlene McNeece in Hall of Fame

Jim and Darlene McNeece in Hall of Fame


Frankie and Jim Shields in Hall of Fame

Frankie and Jim Shields in Hall of Fame


myself, Lenoir City Vice Mayor Jennifer Wampler and Loudon County Road Superintendent Edde Simpson

myself, Lenoir City Vice Mayor Jennifer Wampler and Loudon County Road Superintendent Edde Simpson

POTUS Donald J Trump photobombing Wampler and me

POTUS Donald J Trump photobombing Wampler and me

Steve Eimers presenting Rep. Kent Calfee with Strawberry Hershey's Syrup

Steve Eimers presenting Rep. Kent Calfee with Strawberry Hershey’s Syrup

Bill Hagerty and Lenoir City Councilman James Brandon

Bill Hagerty and Lenoir City Councilman James Brandon

Loudon County Trustee Chip Miller, Bill Hagerty and Lenoir City Councilman James Brandon

Loudon County Trustee Chip Miller, Bill Hagerty and Lenoir City Councilman James Brandon

Rep. Calfee being interviewed by Darrell Bryan of WLIL

Rep. Calfee being interviewed by Darrell Bryan of WLIL

Rep. Lowell Russell and I

Rep. Lowell Russell and I

TN Republican SEC Woman Amy Jones and Rep. Lowell Russell

TN Republican SEC Woman Amy Jones and Rep. Lowell Russell

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Vice Mayor Wampler signing the cut ribbon

Vice Mayor Wampler signing the cut ribbon


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1 Response

  1. Lou Don says:

    So Tim Brewster narrowly wins a town council seat and gets in the hall of Fame. His Facebook page demonstrates he is just Van’s echo chamber, he probably has to call van to change anything

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