That led him to become part of the state Higher Education Commission and a governor's task force on sentencing and recidivism. Lee said he developed "a vision for something bigger."
"What if I could make my life better for six and a half million people? That was a compelling thought to me," he said. "That is really what drove me to consider running for governor."
"Since '75, when I graduated from law school in Memphis, I've been trying to solve people's problems, and I've lived my life and my legal career by one thing an old farmer said to me one time. We were doing a film, and he looked right in the camera, and he said, `Where do the little people go for justice? Well, that's what my life has been about."
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