| If you have thoughts concerning the direction our state
should go, please contact Stacey with your thoughts and feelings....
Stacey's Contact Info:
Office Phone : (615)
Knoxville, TN 37912
113 War Memorial Building
Nashville, TN 37243
Blog : http://lastcar.blogspot.com/
If you would like to make a donation to my campaign via PayPal, please click here...Vote at:
Norwood Library, Pleasant Ridge Elementary, Ridgedale School, Bearden
Middle School, West Hills School, Downtown West Shopping Center, Beane
Hill Recreation Center, Farragut Middle School, Farragut High School,
Cedar Bluff Middle School, Cedar Bluff Intermediate, Ballcamp
Elementary, Rocky Hill School.
Early Voting is July 18th - August 2nd
A Message From Representative Stacey Campfield:
When I first ran for office, I promised to be accessible, accountable, and efficient. I'm a man who believes in keeping his word. So I've taken bold steps to keep my promise to you.
Besides answering every call, letter, and email, as well as frequently attending local events, I have also had a weekly listening tour during session. I was the first state legislator in Nashville, as well as one of the first in the country, to start a web log (also known as a "blog"). I did this as another way to keep constituents informed of what's going on in Nashville, as well as to receive feedback on important issues from my constituents.
I sent out surveys and legislative update letters to my constituents, to increase feedback as well as to keep everyone involved in the government process.
I am a weekly guest on a local radio call in show, Let's Talk Frank (AM 850 3-6pm), during legislative session.
As a legislator, I was unanimously chosen by the Knox County Delegation as our Delegations Vice Chairman. I have been on the forefront of many hard issues. Some Examples are :
About Representative Stacey Campfield
As a homeowner in the 18th district, and a member of the first families of Tennessee, Stacey has a long term vested interest in making our state as good as it can be.
As a community
leader, he has volunteered over 4,000 hours for the University of
Tennessee, and was also part of the Knoxville Education Summit.
As a business owner, Stacey shares in your frustration of our constantly increasing tax burden. Stacey believes our taxes are already too high, and those high taxes scare away new businesses and kill existing businesses/employers. This is why Stacey will not vote for an income tax, and will continue to work to fix Tennessee's spending problem.
Stacey believes in volunteering and donates his time to many charities and organizations.
He was appointed to
Knoxville's Traffic Calming Committee and was elected Class President
of the Citizen's Police Academy.
Stacey wants your support. If you would like to get into the Campfield camp by placing a sign in your yard or by making a campaign contribution, please contact us. (Donations are not legally acceptable until May 16th)