I am honored and humbled by the vote of confidence given to me by the families, friends and neighbors in Cleveland and Bradley County during last week’s state primary elections.
My family and I are proud to represent the residents of the 24th Legislative District in the Tennessee House of Representatives. It is a charge of responsibility that we do not take lightly.
Serving the constituents of Cleveland and Bradley County is truly a gift given to me by the voters in our community. I am grateful for their faith in me and I pledge to earn their trust.
I look forward to earning the votes and confidence of all residents in the 24th Legislative District as we work toward the Tennessee General Elections in November.
— State Rep. Kevin Brooks
(Editor’s Note: State Rep. Kevin Brooks was first elected in 2006 and re-elected in 2008. He has served in the 105th and 106th Tennessee General Assemblies. Committees on which Brooks serves are: Children & Family Affairs, vice chairman; Domestic Relations, vice chairman; and House Finance Ways & Means, House Education, Higher Education Subcommittee and the House Rules Committee. Brooks and his wife, Kim, are actively involved in their community and local schools with their two children, Zach, who is attending Lee University, and Elizabeth who attends Cleveland High School).