Vaughan receives committee appointments from House Speaker Beth Harwell
(NASHVILLE) — Recently, the House of Representatives officially gaveled into session, marking the beginning of the second half of the 110th General Assembly in Tennessee.
As part of the opening week ceremonies, State Representative Kevin Vaughan (R–Collierville) officially joined his colleagues in the House and was selected to serve on three committees by House Speaker Beth Harwell (R–Nashville): the House Business & Utilities Committee, the House Business & Utilities Subcommittee, and the House Insurance & Banking Committee.
This year, legislators are looking to build upon the success of the previous legislative session that saw wasteful government spending cut from the budget, taxes reduced for all Tennesseans, measures passed to encourage job growth and numerous government reforms.
“It is great to have Representative Kevin Vaughan as a member of our Republican Caucus,” said House Republican Caucus Chairman Ryan Williams (R–Cookeville). “His enthusiasm for the residents of District 95 and the issues that impact the West Tennessee region will benefit our entire caucus and enable us to better serve the residents of our state.”
Kevin and his wife Johnna have been married for 28 years and have two kids, Alex and Grayson. In addition to many other hats Kevin wears, including serving as a thirty-year member of First Baptist Church in Collierville, he is also the owner of a real estate and development consulting firm.
“Kevin’s conservative beliefs and small business experience will be a true asset to the legislature and state of Tennessee,” continued House Majority Leader Glen Casada (R–Thompson’s Station). “We all look forward to rolling up our sleeves and working with Representative Vaughan this session.