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In these tough times, creating jobs and a strong economy for West Tennessee is my top priority.

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Senator Lowe Finney represents the communities of:

  • Alamo
  • Beech Bluff
  • Bells
  • Bogota
  • Crockett Mills
  • Durhamville
  • Dyersburg
  • Finley
  • Fulton
  • Friendship
  • Gadsden
  • Gates
  • Golddust
  • Halls
  • Henning
  • Jackson
  • Lenox
  • Maury City
  • Medon
  • Mercer
  • Newbern
  • Oakfield
  • Orysa
  • Pinson
  • Ridgely
  • Ripley
  • Spring Creek
  • Three Way
  • Tigrett
  • Tiptonville
  • Trimble
  • Wynnburg
Sen. Lowe Finney accepts the Good Guy Award
Sen. Lowe Finney visits a Fifth Consolidated Elementary Oct. 16
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State Sen. Lowe Finney with Brig. Gen. Robert A. Harris of the 194th Engineer Brigade
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Keep Up With Lowe

Sen. Finney’s ‘Rural Teachers Scholarship Act’ advances

NASHVILLE – State Sen. Lowe Finney’s “Tennessee Teachers Scholarship Act” advanced out of the Senate Education Committee Wednesday. “Students from rural communities deserve the same opportunities to attend college and come back to work for the benefit of their hometown,” state Sen. Lowe Finney said. “At the same time, many of our rural districts struggle […]

March 27

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Finney Op-Ed: The failure to expand TennCare will hurt us in many ways

State Sen. Lowe Finney made the case for expanding Medicaid in a Nov. 22 op-ed in the Jackson Sun: Last week, The Jackson Sun gave a number of healthcare reasons why Gov. Bill Haslam should move forward and expand Medicaid. While I agree with much of what was written, there is more to consider that […]

December 6

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