(NASHVILLE) May 1, 2018 – Chairman of the Senate State and Local Government Committee, Ken Yager (R-Kingston), recognized his intern, Tanner Stockton, with a resolution on the Senate floor in the last week of session, highlighting the hard work Tanner has done for Senator Yager’s office and the Senate State and Local Government Committee.
“Tanner has been a tremendous asset to our office this year, and I appreciate all his hard work,” said Yager. “He has a bright future ahead of him.”
“I have enjoyed being a part of this internship as it has allowed me to see first-hand what I have been studying throughout college,” said Stockton. “I am thankful for the opportunity to serve in Senator Yager’s office and help with the State and Local Government Committee. It has been an amazing experience getting to work alongside people that have also done this internship, and now play a role working in state government. “
Tanner Stockton is from Clarkrange, Tennessee and is a junior at Bryan College. He is part of Tennessee Legislative Internship Program that hires college juniors and seniors to work in legislative offices during session from January to the end of April.