Kailey Nieman
Kailey C. Nieman is a Co-Founder,  Vice President of iVoteAmerica. She graduated East Tennessee State University in 2018 where she majored in Political Science and Media and Communications. She is currently in graduate school at Liberty University where she will earn her M.S. in Strategic Communications.

iVoteTennessee™ is committed to promoting true conservatives. We are proud to announce that we are endorsing Todd McKinley for Congress. McKinley served our country valiantly in our armed forces and will continue this service in Washington D.C.  Like many Tennesseans, we see the crossroads that our country faces and want to prevent the liberal take over that which would rob our citizens of freedom and prosperity.  Common sense conservatism is the future of the First District of Tennessee.

McKinley believes in the value of hard work, and he believes in limiting the power of our government, resorting power back to the people.  We the people are the only ones who make our government accountable, and McKinley will remain accountable.  Rather than becoming part of the problem, he has solutions.  He has pledged to only run for three terms.  He believes like many of us that the swamp has become too powerful.

He is an advocate for our veterans.  As a veteran himself, he understands the needs of a community that is sadly too often neglected.  Veteran benefits are a top priority for him.  We agree that it is a must that fulfills the needs of the people who gave so much to preserve our nation and defend our individual liberty.

The protection of each and every citizen must be a priority to see our nation flourish.  McKinley believes in protecting our second amendment and will advocate for the rights without sacrificing the safety of our children.  Protection doesn’t stop with Harding soft targets; it is also about supporting our President’s plan to secure our border.  This will not only secure our nation but help slow the influx of drugs that affect Tennesseans.

Ultimately McKinley vows to be an advocate for Tennessee and will not be incorporated into the swamp that has taken over the D.C. area.  He knows big government isn’t the answer and he will work to put government back in its place.

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