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Kelly Keisling Officially on Republican Ballot for State Representative



BYRDSTOWN, TN — Kelly Keisling has officially qualified and will appear on the Republican ballot for State Representative of District 38 in the August 01, 2024 Primary Election, a position he has held since 2011.


“I am incredibly honored by the overwhelming support I’ve received from across the 38th House District since announcing my plans for re-election in January," said Keisling. "In the coming months, I’ll be on the campaign trail, listening to your concerns, and working to earn your vote and support.”


A conservative with a proven record in the Tennessee House of Representatives, Keisling is committed to serving the families of District 38. Throughout his tenure, he has consistently supported a fiscally balanced state budget, advocated for increased public school funding and higher teacher pay, championed the expansion of individual freedoms, and tirelessly worked to reduce taxes for hard working Tennesseeans.


Representative Keisling serves as Chairman of the State Government Committee as well as serving as a member of the Calendar & Rules Committee, Finance Ways & Means Committee, Government Operations Committee, Appropriations Subcommittee, Corrections Subcommittee, Departments & Agencies Subcommittee, Public Service & Employees Subcommittee.


District 38 includes Clay, Macon, Pickett, Scott and part of Fentress Counties.


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Zach Stephens


Kelly Keisling serves as State Representative for House District 38 which encompasses Macon, Clay, Pickett, Scott, and part of Fentress Counties. To reach State Representative Kelly Keisling, call 615-741-6853 or email him at rep.kelly.keisling@capitol.tn.gov. Connect with Kelly on Facebook and X.


Representative Keisling serves as Chairman of the State Government Committee as well as serving as a member of the Calendar & Rules Committee, Finance, Ways & Means Committee, Government Operations Committee, Appropriations Subcommittee, Corrections Subcommittee, Departments & Agencies Subcommittee, Public Service & Employees Subcommittee.

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