State Rep. Timothy Hall is candidate for Congress

Published 8:01 am Thursday, March 26, 2020

State Representative Timothy Hill has announced that he will be a candidate for Congress in Tennessee’s 1st  district. Hill released the following statement:
“This district is strongly Republican, but it is critical that our nominee also be a proven conservative who will be a stalwart ally of President Trump against radicals like Nancy Pelosi and AOC. When it comes to supporting our conservative values my record is second to none. I’ve been a leading voice in Tennessee for the unborn, for our second amendment rights, and against tax hikes. As your member of Congress I’ll continue the fight for those same values, put people first, and I’ll support President Trump’s agenda 100%, especially the fight to build the wall and recover quickly from the Chinese coronavirus.”
Hill has represented Johnson County and parts of Carter and Sullivan County since 2012. He currently serves as chairman of the House Commerce Committee and previously served in leadership as House Majority Whip. Representative Hill has been recognized by a number of conservative organizations for his leadership including a ranking of 3rdMost Conservative Legislator out of 132 members by the Club for Growth and the highest recognition for Conservative Excellence by the American Conservative Union.
To guide his campaign, Hill has hired Mike Lukach, who served as a state director for President Trump’s 2016 campaign and later served in his administration.
Hill is a small business owner and dedicated family man. He is a 7thgeneration East Tennessean, and resides in Blountville with his wife Charity, their two sons, and their bulldog Winston.

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