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Donald Ray McFolin
|Donald Ray McFolin|
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|Former candidate for|
|Governor of Tennessee|
|Bachelor's||University of Tennessee|
|Other||Famous Artists School|
|Service/branch||United States Army|
McFolin was a 2010 Independent candidate for Governor of Tennessee.
McFolin served in the United States Army from October 5, 1966 through September 9, 1969 completing tours in Vietnam and West Germany.
After his honorable discharge, he earned a degree from Famous Artists School in commercial art, illustration and design. He later earned his B.A. in commercial art from the University of Tennessee in 1982.
McFolin provided the following statement to Ballotpedia:
|“||Many economic issues are connected with this whole issue of academic learning disability discrimination. The results of lack of change of the regulations towards special ed students who can do the academic work outside of their academic learning disability have, social, health and economic results to taxpayers. I am running for office because of the twenty some years that we as his parents have had to advocate against the present education system. I hope to achieve new regulations that benefit the special ed students/adults.||”|
- See also: Tennessee gubernatorial election, 2014
|Tennessee Gubernatorial Republican Primary, 2014|
|Mark "Coonrippy" Brown||6.8%||44,165|
|Donald Ray McFolin||3.5%||22,968|
|Basil Marceaux, Sr.||2%||13,117|
|Election Results via Tennessee Secretary of State.|
- Tennessee Secretary of State, "Petitions Issued by State Election Commission Office," March 26, 2014
- Information submitted through Ballotpedia's biographical submission form on March 26, 2014
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.
- Tennessee Department of State, "Unofficial Election Results November 2, 2010," accessed November 15, 2010 and December 23, 2010