Wiggins Kicks Off Campaign for Trustee

Wiggins Kicks Off Campaign for Trustee


CLARKSVILLE, Tennessee — Kimberly Wiggins kicked off her campaign for Montgomery County Trustee at The Belle Hollow on Tuesday, November 28. Wiggins announced to a crowd of supporters and donors that she has submitted her qualifying petition to the Montgomery County Election Commission to run as an Independent in the August 2, 2018 county general election.

Wiggins has over 17 year experience in financial services, as a bank regional vice president, private and consumer banker and licensed financial advisor. Most recently she served as regional manager for Capital Bank where she oversaw consumer banking for 32 branches in Middle Tennessee.

Originally from Brownsville, Tenn., Wiggins settled in Clarksville along with her husband retired Army Master Sergeant O’Neal Wiggins. The couple founded and co-own Wiggins Medical Transit, a local business that provides transportation to medical appointments and family outings for the elderly and disabled.

“I kickoff this campaign because I have a heart for Clarksville and believe I can bring a fresh perspective to the Trustee’s office,” Wiggins said. “As a former banker and a small business owner, I believe I will bring a unique set of skills and experiences to the office that is so important to our county.”

“Our campaign theme is ‘Honest. Experienced. Accessible.’ I am committed to the platform of delivering honesty and transparency to the office, leveraging my experiences as a banker and investor to maximize return on idle funds and remaining open and accessible to the taxpayers of Montgomery County,” Wiggins concluded.

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