Family and Personal:
Rep. Curcio is married with three children and is an insurance broker.
He is a member of the Clement Railroad Hotel Museum and City of Dickson BZA.
Council and Boards:
He is vice chair of the House Criminal Justice Committee. He is also a board member for Leadership Middle Tennessee and Middle Tennessee Council of Boy Scouts of America. Finally, he serves on the City of Dickson Downtown Committee.
Rep. Curcio is not running for re-election; however, we have scored him so that you may see how he did and compare your upcoming candidates against him.
Rep. Michael Curcio (R), district 69, has a vote score of 53%, showing room for improvement. His leadership grade of F indicates a personal lack of pro-freedom initiatives. Leadership grades are based on sponsorships, co-sponsorships, amendments, and other acts, both good (+) and bad (-).
TLRC scores and grades reflect the entire process, not just end results. We count every vote on every selected bill. Bills are selected for their value to ordinary Tennesseans, or their insult to those values. We encourage our General Assembly members to support the former and oppose the latter. When they don’t, they lose points.
Rep. Curcio supported the following TLRC endorsed bills:
• HB1137/SB1197 – No restrictions on church activities in declared emergency
• HB1749/SB2285 – Court decisions de novo, not based on a state agency’s interpretation
• HB1867/SB1823 – Vaccine exemptions protected
• HB1871/SB1982 – Recognition that natural immunity is equal or superior to vaccine
• HB1960/SB1884 – No government vaccine mandates
• HB2067/SB2189 Would reduce number of votes necessary to keep a minor party on ballot
• HB2128/SB2245 – Election integrity measures. (weak)
• HB2331/SB2558 – Auditable paper trail voting machines
• HB2454/SB2292 – Redefines “obscene” to include educational material in K-12 making it unlawful
• HB2666/SB2247 – Requires Textbook Commission to provide a list of approved material to GA members
Here are five TLRC-opposed bills that Rep. Curcio supported:
• HB1201/SB1005 Changes in campaign finance giving advantage to incumbents; limiting freedom of speech. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pK5Ov35oRxI
• HB2309/SB2464 – Allows professional licenses for illegal immigrants in Tennessee. https://tennesseestar.com/2022/04/13/tennessee-general-assembly-may-enable-illegal-immigrants-to-acquire-commercial-and-professional-licenses/
• HB2609/SB2890 – Cincinnati Reds 80% tax-break for Chattanooga farm team
• HB2886/SB2901 – Provides $500M for Titans to build new stadium
• HB8002/SB8002 – Provides $678,218,300 of taxpayer money for Ford to build an electric vehicle plant in W. TN
Corporate welfare in all forms should be opposed. Our state government should not be giving economic advantages to any public or private for-profit entities. Let the free market pick the winners and losers. Jobs would come to Tennessee if we were actually to reform our education system and to educate instead of indoctrinate. A well-educated workforce would be unique in America and every business would want to be in our right-to-work, no-income-tax state. Members should rethink these handouts.
Rep. Curcio had potential to be a leader in the battle against bigger government and for our tenth amendment rights, and to make good policy decisions for ordinary Tennesseans. We are in crisis. We can and must do better.
By listing these bills, we hope that tells you what you need to know about your General Assembly members. We encourage you to reach out and let them know how you feel about the various issues and VOTE accordingly. To contact members, go to: https://www.capitol.tn.gov