Tuesday, December 8, 2015

Bill Bernstein announces candidacy for TN House 50th District

Bill Bernstein
Press release, NASHVILLE, TN- Today Bill Bernstein announces his candidacy for the Tennessee House of Representatives seat in the 50th District for the Republican Party. The district includes Bellevue, Joelton, and Goodlettsville. He made the following statement:
I decided to run because conservative voters deserve principled conservatives in office. I am dedicated to economic prosperity through free markets. I support personal freedom from government coercion in people's religious and personal lives. And I will work to protect Tennesseans from an intrusive federal government.

Republicans win at the ballot, and the people win, when we go back to core values of lower taxes, less government, and greater protection of civil rights. These policies have been proven over time to increase wages, improve standards of living, and raise the quality of life. Restricting choices in virtually every sphere of life always and everywhere leads to worse outcomes. We need to push back against those wishing to limit personal and economic freedoms.

Voters in DIstrict 50 deserve a representative who can work with the Republican leadership in the House to accomplish goals. I believe the positive contacts I have made with conservatives in the legislature will allow me to carry this agenda along for the good of District 50 voters, and for all Tennesseans.

A decade of experience in customer service has taught me the importance of giving people prompt attention and good answers.
Bill has been a licensed firearms dealer for nearly a decade and has been widely quoted in both local and national media on firearms issues. He was instrumental in getting the thumbprint requirement for gun purchases repealed in 2009.

Bill Bernstein and his family have lived in Bellevue for over 15 years. He received his BA (magna cum laude) from Vanderbilt University. While there he endowed the Bernstein Prize in Latin Declamation in honor of his father. The contest is held annually. He also pursued degrees in Classics at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, UNC-Chapel Hill, and University of Pennsylvania. He is a business owner and entrepreneur. He and his wife, Heddy, have been married for over 25 years. They have two adult children who were graduated from Metro public schools, and a third son who is a special needs student at Westmeade Elementary.

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1 comment:

  1. Agree with 2/7 daily news article.. "I do not believe you can pass legislation that will prevent criminals or dangerous people from getting guns"
    in my opinion the government wants to have the public stripped of guns... The founders of this nation knew that governments can become tyrannical over time and that the public must resist tyranny