“I ask for your vote and support in the November 7th Election. Please let me know if I may ever be of assistance.”
Harry J. Tindell
Harry Tindell is a native of Knoxville, Tennessee and is a graduate of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville with a B.S. in Business Finance.
Harry grew up in the Lincoln Park and North Hills communities and currently resides in the Alice Bell / Spring Hill community.
Harry Tindell has more than thirty years of government and business experience, including eleven terms in the Tennessee General Assembly and as the owner of Harry Tindell Insurance brokerage. Harry is also a public affairs consultant primarily in Tennessee.
Harry Tindell was elected Tennessee State Representative in the 97th to 107th General Assemblies, serving from 1990 to 2012. Harry’s experience ranges from finance, tax policy and budgeting issues to education, healthcare and local government issues.
His leadership includes Chair of the powerful Budget Subcommittee, Vice-chair of the Finance Committee, Chair of the influential Local Government Subcommittee, Vice-chair of the State & Local Government Committee and Chair of the Elections Subcommittee. Additionally, Harry served on the Select Oversight Committee on the Lottery & Charitable Gaming, Business Tax Study Committee, Education Committee, Select Oversight Committee on Long Term Care, Select Oversight Committee on Education, K-12 Education Subcommittee and the Calendar and Rules Committee.
Harry started his government service as an elected member of the Knox County Board of Education, serving from 1986 to 1991.
As the proprietor for Harry Tindell Insurance, Harry is a licensed insurance broker, specializing in group employee benefits, including, health, life, dental, vision and disability insurance.
Harry co-founded the Healthy Living Expo, a consumer trade show focused on health, fitness and nutrition. The expo is a consumer event held annually in Knoxville, Tennessee in its 13th year.
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Harry, a life long Knoxville resident, has a record of service to the community.
"I will work tirelessly to bring vibrancy to our city, while preserving a local flavor to our growth and keeping with each community's unique character".
- Harry Tindell
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