Jack Kerfood - Portland City Commissioner - Portland, Oregon
Candidate Coach Tommy Tuberville U.S. Senate from Alabama
Coach Tuberville was born in Camden, Arkansas on September 18, 1954, the third of three children of Olive and Charles Tuberville. College Football's 2004 Coach of the Year and two-time SEC Coach of the Year, Tommy Tuberville is most often recognized for his success on the field. But it is the legacy of his father, a highly decorated WWII veteran and Purple Heart recipient, that motivates Coach Tuberville to give back to the brave men and women of the United States Armed Forces. Tommy Tuberville began his football career playing for Harmony Grove High School, near his native Camden, Arkansas. He went on to attend Southern Arkansas University, where he majored in Education and was a letterman at free safety for the Muleriders. Tuberville also played two years on SAU's golf team.
In 1989 Coach Tuberville met his future wife, Suzanne Fette, at the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans. They were married in 1991 and have two boys, Tucker, a former student-athlete at Auburn University, who serves as an investment banker in New York, and Troy, currently a student at Auburn University where he's working on his business technology degree.
Following the 1998 regular season, Coach Tuberville was announced as the next head coach of the Auburn Tigers. Tuberville's time at Auburn was a success by any measure, as the Tigers captured eight consecutive bowl appearances, including five New Year's Day bowl appearances, five SEC Western Division titles, one SEC Championship, and a 13-0 season in 2004, after which Coach Tuberville was once again named the AP's SEC Coach of the Year. For his efforts during the perfect 2004 season, Tuberville would be named Paul "Bear" Bryant Coach of the Year, Associated Press Coach of the Year, Walter Camp Coach of the Year, Sporting News Coach of the Year, and AFCA Coach of the Year, among others.
After the 2016 season, Tuberville retired as one of the top 50 most winning football coaches of all time. He joined ESPN as a full-time member of the broadcast staff, working side by side with hall of fame broadcaster Mike Patrick.
Tommy says . . . My father was a highly decorated WWII veteran and Purple Heart recipient, and that is why I am so passionate about changing the way our nation treats its Veterans. President Trump is off to a good start - Veteran unemployment is at its lowest point in history: 2.3%. But we can and must do more to help our Veterans re-enter the workforce and society. We must provide them with high-quality care and job training, and ensure that those who need it get the psychological care and attention they need to deal with the issues they face being back home.
I am running for the United States Senate because I believe liberals in Washington are out-of-control. I believe the first duty of government is to protect our individual liberty. I will be a leader in Washington fighting for smaller government, less taxes, and our national sovereignty. I am running to defend the Constitution, and I understand that the freedoms we enjoy must be protected and preserved for future generations. As a father and husband, I understand that decisions made in Washington have an immediate impact on families and shape the world we will leave to our children. I understand the profound blessing it is to be a citizen of the United States, and I will be responsible to help conserve that blessing for future generations.
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