John Stevens (Tennessee)

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John Stevens is an American lawyer from Huntingdon, Tennessee who serves as a Republican member of the Tennessee State Senate since being elected in 2012 to succeed Roy Herron.

Background[edit]

Stevens is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Martin, and received his law degree from the University of Memphis.

Personal life[edit]

Stevens, his wife, Elicia, and their two daughters attend First Baptist Church of Huntingdon.[1]

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