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2019

House District 34

Rep. Tim Rudd: (R) Chair: House Elections & Campaign Finance Subcommittee, Member: Insurance Committee, Property & Casualty Subcommittee, House Local Committee. Chairman Rudd sponsored one bill recommended by TLRC that would guarantee religious freedom in the placement of children by adoption agencies. It did not pass but we would support it if it were brought back next year. He co-sponsored 5 of our recommended bills. We encourage him to make an effort to co-sponsor more, as we are convinced of his sound principles and would like to see his grade reflect those values, …as reflected in his 100% vote score. Kudos! . In 2018: Sponsored two (2) bills favored by TLRC: HB1199 insuring property owners can display political signs, and HB1855 freezing the number of standardized tests for 2 years. Co-sponsored eleven (11) bills favored by TLRC. Voted against the gas tax. Rep. Rudd has proven to be a valuable member of the GA, offering good legislation and sound arguments.
Tim Rudd
Republican

Tim Rudd

Rep. Rudd is a direct mail consultant. He is co-chairman of the Republican Business Association and Middle Tennessee Director of the Tennessee Young Republicans. He is a member of the Republican State Executive Committee of the 13th District, Republican Party of Rutherford County, NRA, National Right To Life, Tennessee Firearm’s Association, Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, Tennessee Eagle Forum, National Federation of Independent Businesses, and Farm Bureau.
615.741.2804

Rep.Tim.Rudd@capitol.tn.gov

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