Building a better Tennessee, for all
For All Tennessee is a nonprofit created to mobilize communities around policies that empower people and limit government intervention.
We are a place people can come together on issues, notwithstanding politics.
Our organization seeks to democratize the traditional 501(c)4 model by allowing our members, rather than huge donors, to drive our priorities through their votes and their donations.
We will not support policy that exclusively benefits politicians, political parties, or big money; only promoting policy that directly empowers individuals.
We will only support law that solves problems and avoid laws that exist to further political agendas.
Small recurring donors drive our priorities, ensuring our focus stays true to our mission, not big money.
We promise to release regular reports on our operations to ensure our donors know what we’re doing.
We are nothing without the time, money, and effort of our members. Our members set the priorities and bring them across the line.
All government funding comes from the taxpayer. The government should spend money responsibly, look for ways to reduce spending, and not burden future generations with long-term debt for short-term gains.
Regardless of your race, religion, orientation, affiliation, or location, you should have equal access to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
We're guided by principles, not politics. We only support laws that empower people and limit government. To this end, we only support legislation that addresses real problems, not political agendas.
Local governments are more accountable and responsive to their constituents. As such, we'll support reasonable efforts to shift power from the federal and state governemnt to the local counties and municipalities.
An unaccountable government is a breeding ground for corruption and fraud. We support efforts to ensure the government is held accountable by those it governs.
Government can’t be improved without first understanding how it operates and what problems we face. We support efforts to increase the public's access to government activities and data.
President & Board Chairman
Executive Director & Board Member
Professor of Finance and Economics at Cumberland University
Trousdale County Mayor
Montgomery County Commissioner
Clarksville City Councillor
Carthage City Councillor
Former Wilson County Commissioner
Former LPTN Chair
VP of Finance
VP of Operations
VP of Legislation