Lead TN Radio: Lt. Gov. Randy McNally
Tennessee Lt. Gov. Randy McNally is the latest guest on “Lead Tennessee Radio.” This podcast, produced by the Tennessee Broadband Association, features the leaders who are moving the state forward.
Lt. Gov. McNally welcomed TNBA Executive Director Levoy Knowles to his office, where he discussed the upcoming legislative session, along with other issues important to residents of rural Tennessee:
- Tennessee’s strong fiscal position
- the importance of the state’s Triple A rating
- challenges facing rural Tennessee
- the role of broadband in health care and rural development
Lt. Governor Randy McNally was first elected to the Tennessee House of Representatives in 1978, serving four terms before being elected to the Senate. He represents Anderson, Loudon and parts of Knox County. McNally has spent 26 years on the Senate Finance Ways and Means Committee and has also served as chairman of the Senate Education Committee. He graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Pharmacy in 1969 and worked as a pharmacist until his retirement in 2010, spending over 30 years at Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge. To learn more, visit http://www.capitol.tn.gov/senate/speaker.html
Lead Tennessee Radio features conversations with the leaders who are moving Tennessee forward. Topics include rural development, broadband, technology, legislation, policy and more. The podcast is produced by the Tennessee Broadband Association.