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BOB HALEY SEEKS 46TH DISTRICT HOUSE SEAT

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BOB HALEY SEEKS 46TH DISTRICT HOUSE SEAT

BOB HALEY SEEKS 46TH DISTRICT HOUSE SEAT
Longtime public servant Bob Haley is seeking appointment to the 46th District State Representative seat left vacant by the December special election. 
The Wilson County Commission meets in special session Wednesday evening to elect a successor to Mark Pody, who was elected to the state Senate to replace Mae Beavers, who resigned to focus on her campaign for governor.

Haley served almost 20 years on the Wilson County Commission as well as on the Wilson County Election Commission. He served as chairman over the years of the Education and Finance committees of the County Commission and chaired the Agricultural Center Management Committee and the Wilson County Election Committee.


Bob resides in the 9th District of Wilson County with his wife, Loretta. They have three sons, Wayne of Walter Hill, Jason of Watertown and Justin of Gordonsville. The couple attends Lebanon Cumberland Presbyterian Church, where both serve on church committees and Bob is a current Elder. 
Educated in Wilson County schools, Bob attended Watertown schools for 12 years and went on to stuy at MTSU and UT Knoxville. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture and Business from MTSU.


He is a veteran of the United States Navy and served aboard the USS Independence during the Viet Nam crisis. His tours included the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, after which he received an honorable discharge.


Bob has been involved with the Lions Clubs in Wilson County and Veterans Posts in Wilson County. He has served as Commander of VFW Post 5023 and American Legion Post 15. He is currently treasurer of American Legion Post 15. He has also been involved with different agricultural groups throughout the county.


Bob and Loretta have been involved in retail and rental businesses in Watertown. Currently he farms and has rental property in Watertown and in Warren County.

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