William G. Lamberth

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William G. Lamberth (born 1977) is an American politician.[1][2][3][4] He serves as the Republican member of the Tennessee House of Representatives for the forty-fourth district, encompassing parts of Sumner County, Tennessee.[1][2][4]

Biography[edit]

Early life[edit]

He was born on December 5, 1977 in Bowling Green, Kentucky.[1] He is a fifth generation resident of Sumner County, Tennessee, and grew up on a farm in Tennessee.[2][4] He attended high school in Portland, Tennessee.[1][2] He graduated from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee in 2001 and received a J.D. from the William & Mary School of Law in Williamsburg, Virginia in 2004, where he was elected President of the Student Bar Association.[1][2][4]

Career[edit]

He was a city judge in Portland, Tennessee and as Assistant District Attorney for Sumner County.[3][4] He now practices law as an attorney.[1][3]

He was elected as state congressman for the forty-fourth district Tennessee in 2012, replacing Democratic congressman Mike McDonald.[1][2][3]

He is former president of the Rotary Club of Gallatin, Tennessee and the Sumner County Bar Association, and former treasurer of the Republican Party of Sumner County.[1][2] He is also Chairman of the Portland Community Education Foundation, table host and donor to the Cumberland Crisis Pregnancy Center in Gallatin.[1][2] He also donates to the Middle Tennessee Mission Outreach, and regularly goes on Christian missions to Honduras.[1][2]

Personal life[edit]

He is married to Lauren Schmidt Lamberth, and has two children, Allison and Pierce.[1][2][4] He is a Baptist.[1][2] He lives in Cottontown, Tennessee with his family.[1][3]

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