Khristy Wilkinson (l), Nick Wilkinson (r)

Local Dems seek more Wilkinsons for State Senate race

Area Democrats are seeking to raise more Wilkinsons for the State Senate District 10 race, to face Republican incumbent Todd Gardenhire.

“It’s all about the Wilkinsons!” said Rowan Thirth, Director of the Hamilton County Democratic Party. “Gotta have more Wilkinsons if we want to defeat Gardenhire.”

The District 10 Democratic Party primary race currently has three candidates: Highland Park organizer Khristy Wilkinson, Chattanooga deputy administrator Nick Wilkinson, and entrepreneur Ty Wilkinson, who recently announced that he had changed his name from Ty O’Grady in order to meet the demand for more Wilkinsons.

“Fellow Democrats, I urge you to ask all your friends with the last name ‘Wilkinson’ to enter this race,” said Thirth.

Early voting begins this Friday for the primary, which will be decided on August 4.

“Wilkinson!” said Thirth. “Wilkinson, Wilkinson, Wilkinson, WILKINSON!”

Khristy Wilkinson (l), Nick Wilkinson (r)
Khristy Wilkinson (l), Nick Wilkinson (r)

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