Hardwork and the Highroad, Cruises to Victory
NASHVILLE, TN. – Dr. Steve Dickerson, the Republican candidate for the State Senate in District 20, has announced that he has received confirmation from his staff that they have called the race in his favor.
“I am extremely proud of the race that we have run since I first announced my intentions for the State Senate in January. Tonight, I am humbled to announce that the voters of this district have entrusted me with their votes to serve as the next State Senator for the 20th District.”
Dr. Dickerson announced his intentions to run for District 20 in January and has since that time run a campaign that has been based on a dynamic volunteer outreach program and tireless fundraising. The Dickerson Campaign has knocked on over 60,000 doors and reached over 100,000 voter contacts throughout the campaign.
“There is no question that over the last eleven months we have worked tirelessly to deliver our message to the voters of the 20th District.” Dickerson continued, “Tonight will be a night of celebration for myself, my staff, and our tremendous base of volunteers that have continued to work day in and day out to ensure that we came out victorious; so that Davidson County could have a strong, sensible voice in the State Senate.”
Dr. Dickerson’s staff confirms that he led his opponent by 8% after early voting numbers were announced. With 36 of 54 precincts reported the Dickerson Campaign has chalked-it-up as a victory for Dr. Dickerson.
“It has been a long, hard fought battle; that unfortunately ended with weeks of desperate, fictitious attacks by my opponent. However, these mere distractions did not deter my campaign from sticking with our plan and reaching the voters of the 20th District with our message,” Dickerson stated. “I am truly humbled to be given this opportunity to serve in the State Senate; and look forward to serving the constituents of the 20th District for the next four years, as a strong, sensible voice.”
Steve Dickerson is a practicing physician and founding partner of Anesthesia Services Associates. Dickerson attended the University of the South in Sewanee graduating with a B.A. in History. He then received his medical degree at the Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest University. Steve Dickerson has been married to his wife Katrina for 20 years and they have three sons, Reid, Evan, and Bennett.
For more information about the Steve Dickerson campaign or to schedule an interview with Dr. Dickerson contact: 615-519-1896 or visit www.votestevedickerson.com