Ready to Serve
"The issues we care deeply about, education, access to affordable health care, and veterans are important to Jason. His campaign is built upon focusing on these issues as well as infrastructure. Jason has demonstrated he works well with his colleagues on the County Commission, regardless of ideology, and when there is disagreement, he does not personalize his concern, but stays focused on the issues."
— State Representative Joe Pitts
Born to a father who served 20 years in the United States Army, Jason has always known what it is to be a true public servant. After graduating high school, Jason began his own journey in public service by joining the United States Marine Corps. This service continues to this day as he is currently District 17’s County Commissioner. He also serves as the Vice President of the Two Rivers Company and is a member of the Roxy Board and the Montgomery County Health Council.
Jason cares deeply for District 67 and its constituents. This can be seen not only by his involvement in the community, but also his roots in its educational institutions. He graduated from Northeast High School and upon leaving the Marine Corps, graduated cum laude from Austin Peay State University. He works as an operations manager for the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System.
Jason and his wife, Diana, have two children, Saige and Lance.