Belmont University senior J.T. Faircloth recently completed a six-week internship with Sen. Bob Corker’s Nashville office. Faircloth, a corporate communications major and honors student, fielded calls from Tennesseans and passed along caller opinions on issues of the day to the senator. Being part of the democratic process in this manner allowed Faircloth to see politics firsthand at an important time when issues ranged from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs scandal to the crisis in Iraq. In addition to meeting Corker and hearing him speak at events in Nashville, Faircloth observed field representatives’ meetings with Tennesseans, watching the process of political activism at work. He also assisted with constituent services by calling federal agencies to get updates on the work Corker’s office is doing to help Tennesseans resolve important issues.
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