U.S. Senator Bob Corker will be making a 31 county tour across Tennessee during the month of August and one of his stops will be in DeKalb County.
Corker will travel across the Volunteer State to hear from Tennesseans and share his perspective on how to address some of the major challenges facing our nation.
“One of the most enjoyable and valuable parts of my job is spending time with the people who have given me the great privilege of serving them in the United States Senate,” said Corker. “I am excited to travel across our state over the next four weeks and look forward to hearing from Tennesseans about the issues they care about most.”
Corker will visit DeKalb County on Wednesday, August 17 at noon at the courthouse.
In 2012, Tennesseans overwhelmingly re-elected Bob Corker to his second term in the U.S. Senate, where he serves as chairman of the Foreign Relations Committee and is an active member of the Banking Committee and the Budget Committee. Corker was Tennessee’s commissioner of finance and mayor of Chattanooga, but he spent most of his life in business. It’s that results-driven businessman’s perspective that allowed him to make a mark early in the Senate, where he is considered a pragmatic thought leader on the issues Tennesseans care about most.