Posted on January 31, 2018
A number of Tennesseans will be seated alongside members of Congress when President Donald Trump delivers his first State of the Union address Tuesday night.
Members of Congress are given one ticket to bring a guest to the annual ritual. Congress members usually give the tickets to family members, staffers or constituents.
Here’s a rundown of whom members of the Tennessee delegation are taking as their guests:
• Sen. Lamar Alexander: The state’s senior Republican senator will be accompanied by Darren Morris of Nashville, who served as Tennessee state director and Florida chief of staff for Trump’s campaign.
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