I believe in Robertson County and want to make a difference in this community. Let’s go to work!

I believe in Robertson County and want to make a difference in this community. Let’s go to work!

Billy Vogle for Robertson County Mayor

I have decided to run for county mayor. I have been a County Commissioner for 20 years. Having served on our county’s Budget Committee, I have seen the challenge of balancing a budget without placing the burden on property owners and senior citizens while still meeting the demands of the county’s growth. The growth of Robertson County is overwhelming. We have to keep people in our county when they spend their money. We have to offer jobs so people don’t have to leave our county to work. We have homes, construction, jobs and farm land, but we can do better!  Let’s face it, people have discovered Robertson County. We have to stimulate our economy and still protect our rural areas and our heritage. We must respect our property owners and families and build good schools to accommodate those moving here.  I believe in Robertson County, and that’s why I’m running.

Billy Vogle


Married for 43 years to his wife, Cindy

Children: Jill (Dustin) York, Will (Jessica) Vogle, Matt (Megan) Vogle

Grandchildren: Carter & Kinley York, Johnnie & Annie Vogle and Carter Vogle

1973 graduate of Jo Byrns High School

Member of Adams United Methodist Church

Member of Red River Lodge 537, Two Time past Master

Service in Public Office

Robertson County Commissioner 1998-2018

Budget Committee

Education Committee

Landfill Committee

Law Enforcement Committee

Nominating Committee

Career Experience

Adams/Cedar Hill Water Plant (Certification – Water Treatment and Distribution)

Tobacco Pride Inc., President 1991 – 2000

L&N/CSX Railroad, 14 years

Small Business Owner, Adams, TN

Tobacco & Cattle Farmer

Join us August 2nd, 2018

Billy Vogle for Robertson County Mayor

How You Can Help

How you can help

Paid for by the Committee to Elect Billy Vogle for County Mayor, Sandra F. Head, Treasurer

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