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Jack Arnold announces his candidacy for the office of Circuit Court Judge for the 23rd Judicial District

IMG_0986Jack is an Iraq war veteran who served more than six years in the U.S. Army, most of them as an intelligence analyst and Arabic linguist with the First Brigade Combat Team of the 10th Mountain Division. While serving as an analyst, he was required to make quick decisions based on imperfect information with real life-and-death consequences. Since returning from Iraq, Jack has become very active in his community. He is the Youth Program Director at Kingston Springs United Methodist Church, and he is coordinator of the church’s FUEL Program, providing weekend meals to Kingston Springs Elementary School students who are on the school’s free lunch program. He is a member of his local VFW post and volunteers time as an ombudsman with Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve. Jack also volunteers as an after school tutor at The Way Faith-Based Community Center in Pegram, and he is a proud sponsor of two youth baseball teams, one in White Bluff and another in Ashland City. Jack is a small businessman who runs a general legal practice specializing in criminal defense in Ashland City. Prior to starting his own business, he attended Vanderbilt University Law School on the post-9/11 GI Bill while working at the Office of the District Attorney General in Nashville. He is a graduate of the DLIFLC Basic Arabic Course at the Presidio of Monterey, and he holds a Doctorate in Law from Vanderbilt University Law School, a Masters in Philosophy from Ohio State University and a Bachelors in Philosophy and Religion from Auburn University. Jack lives in Kingston Springs with Cindy, his wife of seventeen years, and their beautiful daughter Alice.

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