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State Representative Kelly Keisling speaking to physician members of the Tennessee Medical Association
State Representative Kelly T. Keisling has served the 38th House District in the Tennessee General Assembly since 2010.
Currently, he serves as chairman of the State Government Committee and vice chairman of the Joint Fiscal Review Committee along with being a member of the following committees:​​
  • Calendar and Rules Committee
  • Corrections Subcommittee
  • Departments and Agencies Subcommittee
  • Public Service Subcommittee
  • Transportation Committee
State Representative Kelly Keisling with his children (Jamie Edwards, Karissa Jones, and John Keisling)
State Representative Kelly Keisling with FFA students from #TheGreat38th

In addition to his legislative duties, he serves on the Board of Directors of the Children’s Center of the Cumberlands; President, Keisling Insurance; member of the following Chamber of Commerce’s: Macon, Clay, Pickett, Fentress and Scott Counties; member, Tennessee State Employees Association.

Representative Keisling and wife, Janet, have been married 49 years and are the proud parents of three adult children, seven wonderful grandchildren, and two beautiful great-grandchildren. They reside in Byrdstown and are members of Etter Baptist Church.

Over the years of his service, he has been recognized as Legislator of the Year by

  • Upper Cumberland Development District

  • East Tennessee Development District

  • Rural Health Association of Tennessee

  • Upper Cumberland EMS Directors Association

  • Tennessee Federation for the Aging​ 

  • County Officials Association of Tennessee

  • Tennessee Renewable Energy Council

State Representative Kelly Keisling with members of the law enforcement community
State Representative Kelly Keisling with Ryan Williams, Paul Bailey, John Mark Windle, Paul Sherrell while visiting soliders in Poland
I NEED YOUR HELP! Want to ensure Kelly Keisling continues to represent our conservative values in Nashville? Your generous donation can help us ensure District 38 stays red. 
By state law, the maximum amount an individual may contribute is $1,600 per person/$3,200 per couple per election cycle. For federal income purposes, contributions are not tax-deductible. Online donations are securely processed via Anedot.
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