Joshua Evans

Press release from State Rep. Joshua Evans, R-Greenbrier; August 6, 2012:  By an overwhelming margin the good people of Robertson County have given me the opportunity to continue serving them, and I am very grateful. I thank God for the opportunity to go back to work representing you–today it’s time to get back to work. […]

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Statement from State Rep. Joshua Evans, R-Greenbrier; August 3, 2012:  I have never taken the people of Robertson County for granted, nor did I take the outcome of the election for granted. My campaign team and I worked very, very hard. By an overwhelming margin, I have again been given me the opportunity to serve, […]

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Editorial from Rep. Joshua Evans, R-Greenbrier; July 6, 2012:   Throughout this week of celebrating our Independence, I hope that, in addition to the fireworks and the barbecues, each of us takes the time to reflect on the system that our Founding Fathers so wisely developed. Influenced by the experiences of other nations where citizens […]

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Press Release from the National Federation of Independent Business, Tennessee Chapter; July 6, 2012:  NFIB Endorses Candidates in 5 Senate, 20 House Primaries NASHVILLE, July 6, 2012 – The National Federation of Independent Business, Tennessee’s leading small business association, today said it has endorsed candidates in 25 state legislative primary races. The endorsements were made […]

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A Capitol Hill lobbyist challenging state Rep. Joshua Evans has a 2010 DUI arrest record. But Evans and the state lawmaker who released the information both avoided likening the situation to that of Rep. Curry Todd.

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Lee Harrell, lobbyist for the Tennessee School Board Association, is challenging two-term Rep. Joshua Evans in the GOP primary to represent House District 66, which is comprised of Robertson County.

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Press release from Lee Harrell, Candidate for House District 66; April 5, 2012: WHITE HOUSE—Lee Harrell has qualified to challenge Joshua Evans for the Republican nomination in House District 66. Harrell currently works for the Tennessee School Boards Association as the Director of Government and Labor Relations and resides in White House. “I am running […]

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Press Release from Tennessee Right to Life, Dec. 21, 2011: While police continue searching for their killer, the recent murders of Brittany Caroline Eldridge and her unborn child could be the first cases prosecuted under Tennessee’s recently expanded Unborn Victims of Violence Act. As passed in May, HB 498 / SB 633 establishes that unborn […]

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