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Timothy Hill seeks State House District Three seat

Timothy Hill is seeking the Republican nomination for State Representative in District 3. Hill is building his campaign on seeking and implementing bold solutions for the region and being accessible to the citizens of the 3rd district.
“I am excited about running to represent the entire 3rd District,” said Hill. “We are already off to a good start, and I have been blessed to see such a great outpouring of support.”
When asked what was the most pressing issue he was approached about during his extended tour of the 3rd district, Hill replied, “Jobs.”
“We have to find a way to recruit new jobs and support existing businesses in Johnson County,” Hill said. “It can be done, but we have to have a fighter who won’t give up.”
However, fiscal conservatism is not the only driving factor in Hill's run for office.
Recently Timothy played a small part in reigniting the protection of the display of the 10 Commandments on Courthouses in Tennessee.
“Johnson County is very important to me,” Hill said. “In the last two years I have worked to revive the legislation allowing the Ten Commandments to be displayed on courthouses without fear of retribution from outside groups. I am proud to be a small part of a much larger effort to preserve our freedom. Every county should be in charge of their own courthouse walls.”
Hill has been qualified to run for the office since early February, before any other candidate and attributes this to months of preparation building a firm campaign infrastructure.
“My campaign has a strong organization and support in all three unique areas of the district,” said Hill. “As a seventh generation East Tennessean, I have learned that good conservative common sense is needed now more than ever to get things done in Nashville. The campaign is off and running, and I am ready to serve the people of the 3rd District.”
“There are good people in the race,” Hill said. “But we need someone who is ready to work for Johnson County and will return phone calls.”
Since forming his campaign, Hill has raised more than $22,000.