Next week, Davidson County voters will go to the polls to choose Nashville’s next mayor. Nine-year old Bob Clement’s earliest memory of his life in politics comes from when his father, Frank Clement, ran for governor. Since then, Clement has been in an out of public office. He’s held various jobs in between, including owning a marketing firm and serving briefly as president of Cumberland University. Clement’s hoping to carry all that experience into the mayor’s office. WPLN’s Christine Buttorff has this profile.