Vance Dennis Seeks Re-Election
Representative Vance Dennis is seeking re-election to the Tennessee House of Representatives. As a proven conservative, Dennis works hard to create jobs, balance the state's budget, and to cut taxes for working families and senior citizens.
“I am running for state representative because I want to improve the quality of life for all Tennesseans,” Dennis said. “I will continue to work to create new jobs for our region and to provide the best educational opportunities for our children.”
"Vance Dennis is a true conservative. He is an effective leader in the General Assembly who has worked to cut the size of government and to reduce spending," said House Speaker Beth Harwell. “Vance is a reliable voice in the capitol for families and employers.”
As a friend of business owners and working people, Dennis led his colleagues in the General Assembly to spur job creation by making our state more business friendly and by reducing red tape and regulations that stifle new jobs. Last year, Dennis worked with Governor Bill Haslam to enact major tort reform that makes Tennessee more attractive to businesses looking to create new jobs.
“Vance Dennis has worked diligently to make Tennessee a better place to live, work, and raise a family,” said Rep. Debra Maggart, Chairman of the House Republican Caucus. "The people of District 71 are well served by his leadership in Nashville."
Tax cuts are a top priority for Rep. Dennis. This year, he worked with Governor Bill Haslam and House Speaker Beth Harwell to cut the sales tax on food and to cut taxes for small business owners and farmers.
Dennis supports legislation to fully fund our schools and to make our communities safer from crime and drugs. He is a strong supporter of Second Amendment rights.
"I have an open door policy, and everyone is welcome to contact me for assistance or to voice your opinions on legislation being considered in Nashville," Dennis said.
Following redistricting, House District 71 encompasses Hardin, Lewis, Wayne, and part of Lawrence Counties. The Republican primary election will be Tuesday, August 2, and the general election will be November 6, 2012.
Vance and his wife, Ashley, are the parents of two sons. He is an attorney and farmer. You can reach Rep. Dennis at 731.925.1025 or email@example.com.