Dave Rosenberg

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Dave Rosenberg
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Candidate for
Tennessee House of Representatives District 50

Political party Independent
Profession President, Terrapin Web Design
Website DaveTN.com
Dave Rosenberg (b. April 27, 1977) was an independent candidate for District 50, Tennessee House of Representatives in the November 2, 2010 general election. The seat was held by Gary Moore, Sr.

Rosenberg announced his candidacy on March 25, 2010, calling for limiting the size of government, lowering taxes, and holding elected officials accountable.[1]

Rosenberg owns and serves as president of Terrapin Web Design, Inc., a Nashville-based Web development firm. He earned his bachelor of business administration degree in accounting at the University of Georgia.[2]

Policy positions

Taxes

Rosenberg has called for reducing taxes and government spending. He opposes the implementation of a state income tax.[3]

Accountability

Rosenberg opposes a proposed amendment to the state Constitution that would extend the length of state lawmakers' terms.[4]

Redistricting

Rosenberg is a proponent of redistricting via a nonpartisan commission or a computer-based system.[5]

Elections

2010

Rosenberg was defeated by Democrat Gary Moore, Sr. in the general election on November 2, 2010.[6]

Personal

Rosenberg was born in Atlanta, Georgia, where he attended public school. He enrolled at the University of Georgia as a recipient of the HOPE Scholarship, Georgia Food Industry Association Scholarship, and a privately funded scholarship endowed by families of his high school peers. He graduated with a bachelor of business administration degree in accounting. Upon graduation, Rosenberg worked for a pair of technology firms before moving to Nashville.

Dave and Allison Rosenberg married in 2005. They welcomed their first son in 2007 and their second son in 2009. The Rosenbergs live in their Bellevue home with their chocolate lab.

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