FRANKLIN, Tenn. – The Williamson Business PAC congratulates the winners of last night’s local elections. All of the seven candidates endorsed by the PAC were successful in their races, five of which will become members of the Williamson County School Board, a race of top priority to the newly formed county PAC.

“While we are certainly excited for our victorious candidates, the real winners last night were our students” said Dennis Norvet, Chairman of the Williamson Business PAC board. “A big thanks is due to our donors and the voters of Williamson County who have helped keep our schools moving in the right direction. We look forward to working with the new and returning members of the board.”

The Williamson Business PAC endorsed the following five School Board candidates:

District 4: Anne McGraw
District 5: Gary Anderson
District:7: Robert Hullett
District 9: Rick Wimberly
District 11: K.C. Haugh

Additionally, PAC endorsed candidates Sam Whitson and Charles Sargent won their respective State Representative campaigns by significant margins.

The Williamson Business PAC was formed in 2016 to support the county’s public education and promote pro-business public policy. For more information about the Williamson Business PAC, visit www.WilliamsonPAC.org.


The Williamson Business PAC was organized in 2016 to provide the Williamson County business community with a voice in the electoral process, encourage economic development, promote excellence in public education and promote good citizenship at the state and local level through personal and financial participation in the election process. More information about the Williamson Business PAC can be found online by visiting www.WilliamsonPAC.org.