Source: WBIR 10 News | December 2, 2020

His message to his colleagues was to focus on working together, to put the country before partisanship for the greater good of the United States.

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After 18 years, Sen. Lamar Alexander bid farewell to the U.S. Senate on Tuesday. The senior senator from Tennessee chose not to seek reelection this year so he could spend more time at his Maryville home with his wife, Honey, and the rest of his family. His message to his colleagues was to focus on working together, to put the country before partisanship for the greater good of the United States.

Our country needs a U.S. Senate to work across party lines to force broad agreements on hard issues,” he said. “Creating laws that most of us have voted for and that a diverse country will accept.”

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