Former Oak Ridge Mayor and local bank official David Bradshaw has been named treasurer of the Rex Lynch for Circuit Court Clerk Campaign. Bradshaw served as mayor of Oak Ridge while Rex Lynch was mayor of Anderson County.
“I have known Rex for more than 20 years and have a great deal of respect for Rex and his family,” Bradshaw said in a press release earlier in the campaign. “Rex worked closely with the City of Oak Ridge while serving as Anderson County mayor, and I believe he will do a great job as Circuit Court clerk.”
Lynch is seeking the Republican nomination for Anderson County Circuit Court clerk in the May 1 primary.
“I am really excited about David serving as my treasurer,” Lynch said in the press release. “He is a longtime friend and someone who has served Oak Ridge for more than two decades as a public official and as a dedicated community volunteer. David’s confidence in my abilities to serve as Circuit Court clerk is a real asset to our campaign.”
Lynch graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1988 with a degree in industrial engineering. Lynch worked at Y-12 for more than a decade before serving as county mayor from 1998 through 2010, the press release said. Lynch is currently a partner in the Farrar Lynch Insurance Agency and serves as a court security officer for Anderson County General Sessions Court.