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Chad Faulkner

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Chad Faulkner
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Tennessee House Of Representatives District 36
Former member
Term in office began
2009
Term in office ended
2010
Political party Republican
Profession Sheriff's Deputy
Chad Faulkner (b. November 9, 1974) was a Republican member of the Tennessee House of Representatives, representing the 36th District. Faulkner joined the Tennessee State House of Representatives in 2009.

Faulkner is a Knox County Sheriff's Deputy.

Faulkner is a high school graduate. He is also a graduate of the Sheriff's Training Academy.

Committee assignments

Subcommittee on Criminal Practice and Procedure

Elections

2010

See also: Tennessee House of Representatives elections, 2010

Faulkner ran for re-election to the 36th District Seat in 2010. He was defeated by Republican Dennis Powers in the August 5 primary.[1]

2008

On Nov. 4, 2008, Faulkner won election to the 36th District Seat in the Tennessee House of Representatives, defeating opponents Roger Byrge (D) and Virgil Kidwell (I). [2]

Faulkner raised $87,387 for his campaign while Byrge raised $35,743 and Kidwell raised $0. [3]

Tennessee House of Representatives, District 36 (2008)
Candidates Votes


Green check mark transparent.png Chad Faulkner (R) 8,321
Roger Byrge (D) 7,930
Virgil Kidwell 1,045

Campaign donors

2008

Faulkner raised $87,387 in the 2008 election cycle.

His major contributors are listed below. [4]

Donor Amount
MUMPAC $10,000
CAS-PAC $8,633
House Republican Caucus $7,000
Majority Tennessee $5,000
Red State PAC $4,000

Personal

Faulkner is married and has three children.

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Political offices
Preceded by
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Tennessee House of Representatives District 36
2009–2010
Succeeded by
Dennis Powers (R)