State Rep. Tim Rudd, R-Murfreesboro, released Friday, Sept. 18 his legislative survey for 2021 asking constituents of Tennessee House District 34 for essential feedback.
The survey questions reflect the issues legislators may make decisions about during the upcoming 2021 session of the 112th General Assembly.
Some of those topics include education, health care and policy related to the Covid-19 pandemic, criminal justice reform, the opioid crisis, gun rights, and preserving life.
“We’re going to be dealing with some very important issues in 2021. Feedback from my constituents is really critical; it’s their voice that helps me to be a more effective representative in Nashville,” Rudd said. “I look forward to using the feedback gathered through this survey as I continue to stand up for the citizens of Rutherford County.”
The surveys will be mailed to more than 8,000 residents in House District 34.
Tim Rudd serves as chairman of the Elections & Campaign Finance Subcommittee. He is a member of the House Insurance, and House Local Committees, as well as the House Property & Casualty Subcommittee. Rudd lives in Murfreesboro and represents Tennessee House District 34, which includes a portion of Rutherford County.