House District 67


Rep. Jason Hodges

Family and Personal:
Rep. Hodges is married with two children and is an Operations Manager. He also served in the United States Marine Corps.

He is a member of Roxy Board, Montgomery Health Council and Montgomery County Democratic Party.



Rep. Jason Hodges (D) came into the GA in 2019. Member, Business and Utilities Subcommittee, Commerce Committee, Insurance Committee, Local Government Committee, and Property and Planning Subcommittee. He voted with TLRC on twelve bills and against us on fourteen which accounts for his 56% vote score. Hodges did not sponsor or co-sponsor any of the TLRC favored bills. He is in the same mold as his fellow party members, voting almost as a block against strong constitutional bills and supporting those that are neutral or more profligate with tax-payer money and expansive government.

Of the fifteen bills he sponsored, most were reasonable but uncontroversial, with five of them passing into law:

HB322 requires the offering of discounted rates for activities at state parks to veterans who are Tennessee residents

HB323 allows a juvenile who has been adjudicated delinquent for conduct that, if committed by an adult, would constitute certain offenses to be committed to the department for a period of one year.

We hope to find more common ground in the 2022 session.


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Related Bills

Pre-K - 2: Revises Teacher evaluation, eliminates the portfolio growth model for pre-K and K

Vote Result: Committee Only

Gives LEAs the option of administering TCAP assessments on paper.

Vote Result: Failed

Sports participation to be determined by biological sex/gender.

Vote Result: Pass House Only

Creates new banks of items (questions) for assessments in order to allow current tests items to be revealed after administration.

Vote Result: Passed

Dealing with foreign influence in higher education

Vote Result: Pass House Only

Allows direct agreements between patients and healthcare providers

Vote Result: Passed

Military experience qualifies to obtain occupation license and adds appeal process.

Vote Result: Pass House Only

Strengthens law concerning the promulgating of new rules by government agencies.

Vote Result: Pass House Only

Audit results permitted to be released pre-conclusion.

Vote Result: Pass House Only

Discipline help for teachers.

Vote Result: Pass House Only

The Government Operations committees of the General Assembly oversees state agency rule-making authority

Vote Result: Pass House Only