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2019

Senate District 04

Senator Lundberg: (R) 1st Vice Chair, Senate Judiciary Committee, Member, Senate Education Committee, Senate Commerce and Labor Committee. Senator Lundberg co-sponsored just 3 of our TLRC recommended bills. His vote score was just above average. We would like to see better results from the senator and the senate as a whole. We choose our recommended legislation on the basis of its benefit to ordinary citizens of Tennessee, and NOT the special interests and well-connected. Legislation perceived as controversial or difficult is too ofter deferred in the final stages for fear of lawsuits or other backlash. If we continue to back down, the purveyors of "fundamental transformation" win and the good people of Tennessee lose. The people want bold, freedom-preserving legislation, but are being largely ignored by members of the senate ...with a few exceptions.
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Republican

Jon Lundberg

Sen. Lundberg is married with two children. He owns the Corporate Image, Inc. public relations firm. He is a Captain in the US Navy Reserve. He is 1st vice-chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee. He is a member of the Bristol Rotary Club, Kingsport Chamber of Commerce, Bristol Chamber of Commerce, King College President's roundtable, Thomas Green Lecture Series, Rocky Mount Living History Museum, National Federation of Independent Business Owners, Sullivan County Republican Party, American Legislative Exchange Council, United States Naval Institute, Naval Reserve Association, Reserve Officer's Association, 32nd Degree Mason, National Council of State Legislators, National Rifle Association, Bloomingdale Ruritan, and the National Network of Legislators in the Military. He is on the president's advisory board of Tusculum College and avisory board of Neff Center for Science & Technology.
615.741.5761

sen.jon.lundberg@capitol.tn.gov

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Related Bills

HB0891/SB0731 - Prohibits plea agreements; establishes penalties for misconduct in office. Staples/Briggs

Vote Result: Passed

HB0946/SB0802 - LEA's held accountable for instructional wage (teacher) appropriations. Lamberth/Johnson

Vote Result: Passed

HB1016/SB1243 - Requires a passing grade on civics exam for high school graduation - Weaver/Gresham

Vote Result: Passed

HB1246/SB0753 - Would provide transparency of TCAP assessment "items". - Byrd/Hensley

Vote Result: Failed

HB1265/SB0513 - Tightens some granting provisions of the Economic & Community Development Dept. - Holt/Roberts

Vote Result: Passed

HB1274/SB1499 - Requires the AG to back an LEA in court if sued over Bathroom/Locker room policy - Holt/Hensely

Vote Result: Failed

HB1280/SB1428 - Applies for a TNCare block grant in order to self-administer healthcare in Tennessee. T. Hill/Bailey

Vote Result: Passed

HB1364/SB1166 - Strengthens current law concerning Female Genital Mutilation Weaver/Hensley

Vote Result: Passed