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Who are some representatives in the Tennessee House of Representatives?

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Some members of the Tennessee House of Representatives include David Alexander, Harry Brooks, Karen Camper, Roger Kane and Mary Littleton. The Tennessee House of Representatives is one house of the Tennessee General Assembly, with the other house being the Tennessee Senate.

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Click on the Legislators tab on the home page of the Tennessee General Assembly, then click on House Members for a complete list of the Tennessee House of Representatives. The representatives are listed alphabetically by their last names, and the directory provides email contact information, the representative’s party affiliation, a link to bills he has sponsored, his district map and his office location.

Clicking on the representative’s name brings up detailed information about the representative, including date of birth, prior occupation, educational background, relevant addresses and any committees to which the representative is assigned.

Voters unsure of who their representative is may enter their address in the Find My Legislator box on the Tennessee General Assembly home page to get the name of their state representative.

The Tennessee House of Representatives is the larger of Tennessee’s two legislative branches. Tennessee is split into 99 House of Representative districts, with each district having about 64,102 residents. Tennessee state representatives are elected for two years, and all representatives are up for re-election at the same time.

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