Anderson County Clerk Jeff Cole, who is running for re-election, has announced that Stephen McNally is his campaign treasurer.
“I am pleased to announce my friend, Stephen McNally as my campaign treasurer,” Cole said in a press release. “Stephen and I share the same commitment to important values including faith, family, and community.”
The press release said McNally is a lifelong resident of Anderson County and currently lives in Clinton with his wife Christina and their two children. He worships and serves as a deacon at First Baptist Church, the press release said.
McNally is the operations manager for the National Center for Computational Sciences at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. In this role, he oversees the day-to-day activities of the supercomputing center, the press release said. He received a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems from Carson-Newman University and an MBA from Tennessee Technological University.
“I am honored to serve my friend Jeff Cole as his campaign treasurer,” McNally said in the press release. “Jeff is dedicated to the people of Anderson County, and I am pleased to support him as he seeks re-election.”
Cole is being challenged by Leesa Arowood in the Anderson County Republican Party primary on May 1. Early voting started April 11 and ends April 26.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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