Brock Martin sworn in 113th General Assembly 

READY TO GO TO WORK – State Rep. Brock Martin (center front) takes his seat ready to go to work in the 113th General Assembly.

 State Rep. Brock Martin, R-Huntingdon, was officially sworn in as a member of the Tennessee House of Representatives on Tuesday, Jan. 10.  

Martin took the oath of office during the first legislative day of the 113th General Assembly. He was elected in November to represent House District 79, which includes part of Carroll, Gibson and Henderson counties.

“It is an incredible honor and privilege to serve in this role as state representative,” Martin said. “I look forward to doing whatever it takes to help ensure that our families, our businesses and our communities have a prosperous future in Tennessee.”

Martin, a chiropractor and small business owner, received his bachelor’s degree from Bethel University and his doctoral degree from Logan College of Chiropractic. He is president of the Tennessee Chiropractic Association and serves on several boards across Tennessee including the Board of Trustees for Bethel University and the Huntingdon Industrial Board.

Martin lives in Huntingdon with his wife, Krista, and their five-year-old son, Steele.

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