Politics: County Commissioner Robert Stevens says fundraising going well in his run for State Representative

Politics: County Commissioner Robert Stevens says fundraising going well in his run for State Representative  | Robert Stevens,Mike Sparks,State Representative,49th district,WGNS,Murfreesboro news

Rutherford County Commissioner Robert Stevens, candidate in the Republican primary for the Tennessee House of Representatives in the 49th district, announced his total fundraising for the first quarter, collecting $11,800 between the time he entered the race in late February through March 31.  Available cash on hand is nearing $15,000, which is fifty percent more than the incumbent has. Stevens is running against Mike Sparks.  “Support for the campaign is increasing daily,” Stevens said. “We exceeded our initial fundraising goal thanks to the generosity of a wide variety of contributors who are looking for a professional, positive and ethical leader to represent our community.”

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Stevens, who is running to provide common sense, conservative leadership for the 49th legislative district, has a proven record as an effective advocate for taxpayers and business friendly policies. “Now more than ever, we need a representative who will support job creation and foster strong relationships with local leaders.”

Elected to the Rutherford County Commission in 2010, Stevens has earned a reputation as a solid fiscal conservative.  Stevens has opposed tax increases and supported measures to eliminate wasteful spending, while also working to make government more efficient and transparent.  “Good government lives within its means and allows the private sector to thrive without excessive regulations,” Stevens added.

Stevens has been a resident of Rutherford County for over twenty-five years and has chosen to locate and grow his small businesses here.  “Rutherford County has been so good to my family, and I want to help make it even better.  I look forward to serving our community and supporting business-friendly policies that will provide our residents with even more opportunity to grow and prosper.”


Robert S. Stevens, Attorney, Rutherford County Commissioner

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