Protect The Nashville Way

"No one likes politicians who divide us and turn neighbors against each other.  That's not how I was raised growing up in Nashville. 
It's not the Nashville Way.

-Michelle Foreman

As a home school mom, I know first-hand the value of providing a quality education for children.

It's important to support parents and let them choose the best method of education that meets their family's needs.

I support Tennessee's Drive to 55, which is an initiative that strives to help 55% of Tennesseans become equipped with either a college degree or certificate by 2025.

A well educated populace will have a positive effect on Tennessee's future workforce and economic development.


In Matthew 12:30-31, we are reminded to daily


"Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.


The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.'


There is no commandment greater than these.” 


In a world that invents ways for people to be more divisive and "cancel" each other, let's seek first to understand each other as Tennesseans before trying to be understood. 

Economic Growth

Tennessee has a strong history of economic growth due to wise decisions made by the Tennessee General Assembly.

I support low taxes and reduced government spending, so that Tennesseans can keep more of the money that they have earned.  As stewards of what God has provided them, Tennesseans should decide how to best manage their family's finances.

Health Care

I support a patient-centered health care system, which is based on free markets, fostering competition, and driving costs down for the citizens of Tennessee.

As a registered nurse I understand science, and with a law degree the effects of an over-reaching government are very clear to me.


I believe that Tennesseans are smart and should have the freedom to make the choices that they believe are in the best interest for themselves and their families regarding their health care choices.