Meet Tracy

Tracy Lovvorn is a Republican Congressional candidate for Massachusetts 2nd Congressional District. She is a wife, a mother, a healthcare provider, an operational manager and a small business owner. Tracy grew up on a small farm and knows the value and results of hard work and sacrifice. She had the unfortunate experience of losing both of her parents at very young ages. Despite these challenges she was able to work hard, put herself through school and attained success in both her personal life and her career. Tracy played basketball in college and has always had a work hard, play hard, attitude. She is a strong advocate for fairness and has the extreme ability to find good in the most troubled of situations.

Tracy wholeheartedly believes in our constitutional republic. She supports a fiscally responsible government, lower taxation and a decrease in excess regulations that stifles growth and production. She believes in smaller government and increased focus on state and individual rights with commensurate increase in accountability. She believes in the U.S. Constitution and the freedoms it bestows and she believes in empowerment. She believes in ‘a help up’ vs ‘a hand out’ and believes that everyone deserves respect and the assumption of good, until otherwise proven.

Tracy’s priorities include Protecting Our Constitutional Rights, working to implement Congressional Term Limits, Reforming Healthcare (including taking immediate action to fight the Opioid Crisis, support of Mental Health, and Social Security / Medicare Preservation), College Affordability / Workforce Development, and Investment in Local Infrastructure.

Tracy has been a practicing licensed physical therapist since 1997 and is currently working to earn her Doctorate in the field. She has held multiple regional and corporate level healthcare clinical/operational management positions across the United States. *In 2009 Tracy risked her career and stood up to big business fighting corporate Medicare fraud, waste and patient abuse. Tracy’s actions have set precedent that has saved the U.S. taxpayers and has since returned hundreds of millions of dollars back to our Medicare trust fund. These actions have helped changed the way rehab services are billed in the skilled nursing environment which has helped protect our most frail and elderly citizens who could not stand up for themselves.

Tracy currently is the CEO/Founder of Evolution Physical Therapy, a private practice outpatient physical therapy clinic in Grafton, MA. Tracy has always been a strong supporter of her community. She and her husband have coached their sons through t-ball, soccer, baseball, and basketball. Tracy spent many years as a basketball commissioner, scout leader, Sunday school teacher and coach. Tracy has served as an appointed member of the Town of Grafton’s Planning Board, worked to become an IAABO (International Association of Approved Basketball Officials), MA Board 26 official, and most recently is helping to coach the Grafton Girls 7-8-9th grade recreational basketball team.

Tracy is married to her husband David of 25 yrs. He is a graduate from Cal Poly University and currently works as a business systems analyst for Wyman Gordon in Grafton, MA. They have two sons, both graduates of Grafton High School. Zachary, who is a computer science major at UMASS Amherst looking to Graduate this Spring and Alexander who is taking classes toward a Degree in Sports Marketing and Management.

* United States ex rel. Lovvorn v. EHSI, et. al. C.A. 10-1580 (E.D. Pa)

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