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Cauble announces bid for Metro Road Superintendent

Shannon Cauble (center) recently announced her intention to run for Metro Roads Superintendent in the August general election. {Photo Provided}

LYNCHBURG — Moore County native Shannon Cauble recently announced her intention to run for Metro Roads Superintendent in the August 6 General Election.

According to a press release, Cauble is a lifetime resident of Lynchburg who graduated from Moore County High School before attending Motlow State Community College and then Middle Tennessee State University where she earned a BS in Soil Science with a minor in Mathematics.

She lives in Moore County with her husband, Keith Cauble, and daughter, Samantha.

Since 2008, Cauble has served as Assistant Metro Roads Superintendent under Milton Ferrell where her duties included purchasing, budgeting, and supervision of major projects while working closely with local, state, and federal governments. Cauble says during her time as Assistant Superintendent she’s earned various she’s earned various certifications, including recently completing the program to receive the Certified County Financial Officer certification from the State of Tennessee.

“I am looking forward to using my education, experience, and integrity to become your Metro Superintendent of Roads,” she said in a public statement. “I love my family, friends and my community and I am committed to the constant improvement of our county’s road system.”

According to local elections officials, Cauble will run unopposed for the office. The voter registration deadline is Tuesday, July 7 and early voting will begin on Tuesday, July 17. For more election information, visit the Tennessee Secretary of State’s Website. •

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