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House District 29

2021
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Republican

Mike Carter

It is with sadness that we leave this space with only our highest regards for Chairman Carter, who passed away during this year’s session. He will be remembered as a strong leader and a true patriot and will be sincerely missed at the Tennessee General Assembly.

615.741.3025

rep.mike.carter@capitol.tn.gov

Rep. Mike Carter (R) serves as the Chair, Civil Justice Committee, member: Calendar and Rules Committee, Children and Family Affairs Subcommittee, Civil Justice Subcommittee, Local Government Committee, and Property and Planning Subcommittee.

It is with sadness that we leave this space with only our highest regards for Chairman Carter who passed away during this year’s session. He will be remembered as a strong leader and a true patriot and will be sincerely missed at the Tennessee General Assembly.

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