|Address||1242 Ridgetop Trail |
Kingsport, Tennessee , United States
|| January 01, 1960
Jan 09, 2021 09:04pm
Diana Harshbarger was born in Kingsport, TN and grew up in the small neighboring town of Bloomingdale.
Diana’s parents taught her that with hard work and an unrelenting spirit, anything is possible. Though they did not have the opportunity to graduate from high school, her parents’ perseverance allowed them to work and raise a family.
Diana was the first one in her family to graduate from college. She did her undergraduate studies at East Tennessee State University (E.T.S.U.), and graduated from Mercer University College of Pharmacy with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree.
Diana returned to Kingsport after graduating pharmacy school. She has been a licensed pharmacist since 1987 and a successful business owner for over thirty years. Diana is a problem solver. She has made a career of not only finding solutions for patients’ problems, but providing them comfort in some of their most trying times.
Diana has been an active member of her Kingsport community, teaching Sunday school, helping with her church’s mission work and other local non-profits. She is a leader in her field and in business, a member of the local Chamber of Commerce and a former board member of the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists.
THE RIGHT MEDICINE
Diana is an unapologetic conservative Trump Republican. She is running for Congress because she believes that our nation is at a tipping point. Fringe liberals threaten the future of our country with the false promises of socialism. They stand in the way of President Donald Trump’s progress and economic freedom. The president needs an outsider like himself in Congress that has his back. The president needs someone that is not beholden to political games or special interests, someone who understands what it takes to build a business and raise a family. The president needs Diana Harshbarger.
Career politicians – from both parties – have failed the American people and East Tennessee for years. They have had years to solve the problems that plague every day families and have had decades to change politics as usual. Enough is enough. When America’s future, and the futures of her son, her grandsons, and so many others in East Tennessee are on the line, it is time to get Tennessee Tough. It is time for a dose of the right medicine.