Conservative and local attorney Wayne Irvin has announced his candidacy for Rutherford County Commission District 14. Irvin is an experienced attorney and certified public accountant, with a law practice in Murfreesboro that focuses on tax, transactions, and estate planning. Irvin previously served as a Senior Assistant Attorney General, working with the Tennessee Attorney General and serving as the lead attorney on utility rate cases that saved Tennessee ratepayers millions of dollars.
Irvin will work to increase transparency in local government, support and encourage economic development and workforce development, and work with state and other local governments to improve infrastructure in Rutherford County. He will stand strong for District 14’s shared conservative values by opposing property tax increases, working to make government efficient and accountable, and protecting the second amendment on the local level.
“I believe now is the time to contribute my expertise, experiences, and common-sense approach to working on the challenges that Rutherford County faces – challenges like budgets, taxes, and the size and role of government, and with infrastructure like the Middle Point Landfill, transportation, education, and communications,” he expressed.
Irvin is heavily involved in Rutherford County’s many community organizations and nonprofits. He is a member of Murfreesboro Breakfast Rotary, the Rutherford County Republican Party, the Federalist Society, the Rutherford and Cannon County Bar Association, and the Tennessee Bar Association. He is a supporter of Isaiah 117 House, Good Shepherd Children’s Home, Special Kids Therapy & Nursing Center, Rutherford County’s Heart Ball, the Community Foundation of Rutherford County, and the Exchange Club.
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“I’m excited about the opportunity to bring my unique business, legal and financial experiences to take advantage of opportunities and address the challenges Rutherford County faces. I look forward to serving the people of Rutherford County and District 14 as their next County Commissioner.”
The Republican Primary will be held on May 3rd, early voting runs April 13th-28th.
Above Release is from the Irvin for County Commission Campaign