Jimmy Eldridge

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Republican Tennessee

State House (Tennessee 73)

Family: Wife:Carolyn; 2 Children: Stephen, Michael

Born: 04/01/1948 Jackson, TN

Home: Jackson, Tennessee

Religion: Evangelical Christian

Education: BS, Chemistry/Biology, Lambuth University, 1971

Profession: Local Businessman/Owner, Allison-Eldridge Insurance Group, Incorporated Farmer

Political: Representative, Tennessee State House, 2002-present Commissioner, Madison County Commission, 1998-present Candidate, Tennessee House of Representatives, District 73, 2000 Chair, Madison County Republican Party, 1998-2000 Assistant Minority Floor Leader

Congressional Membership: Vice-Chair, Republican Caucus, 2004-2006 Chair, Finance Committee, Build Madison County Fire Station #10 Member, Finance Committee, Jackson Symphony Citizens' Advisory Committee, Madison County Sheriff's Department

Organization Membership: Chairman, Madison County Republican Party Tennessee, 1999-2000 Board Member, Jackson Symphony Association, 1998-2000 Former Board Member/Paul Harris Fellow/Senior Active, Jackson Rotary Club, 1977-2000 Local Chair, Professional Insurance Agents Association, 1971-1996 Member, American Association for Retired Persons Member, American Legislative Exchange Council Advisory Board, Bancorp South Member, The Chamber, Jackson Member, Emmaus Community Former Deacon/Current Member, Evangelical Community Church Board of Directors/Chairman, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Member, Insurers of Tennessee Member, Jackson-Madison County Chamber of Commerce Partner in Education, Jackson-Madison County School System Executive Committee, Madison County Republican Party Member, National Council of State Legislators Member, National Rifle Association Member, Pinson Ruritan Club Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity Member, State Association of Professional Insurance Agents Former President/Current Member, State Board of Directors Executive Board Member, West Tennessee Boy Scouts of America


Business Tax

Consumer and Employee Affairs

Finance, Ways and Means

Subcommittee on Consumer Affairs


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