For over seven generations, Todd Warner and his family have farmed the land in Tennessee, happily raising their families and building their businesses right here at home.

A proud family man and father of three children who are all products of the public education system in Marshall County, Todd will soon celebrate his 30th year of marriage with the love of his life, Cindy.

Guided by his Christian faith, Todd is running for State Representative to keep serving Tennessee, the place that has afforded he and his family so many opportunities over the years.

Todd is running to find commonsense solutions to the problems facing Tennessee and the nation.

Fight For & Protect Our 2nd Amendment Right To Bear Arms

Stand Strong Against Illegal
Immigration

Defend Our Faith And The
Sanctity Of Life

Advance President Donald Trump’s
Agenda In Tennessee

Protect Family Farms

Empower Teachers, Parents, And Students

Tennessee Strong

Tennessee earned the nickname “Volunteer State” from the overwhelming involvement of patriotic Tennesseans who have stepped up to the plate to serve their state and country in times of need.

Todd brings this same love for Tennessee and steadfast dedication to his family, his neighbors, and his friends as a candidate for State Representative. Todd loves his country, his state, and his community. His word is his bond, and he doesn’t make promises he cannot keep.

A true conservative, Todd is dedicated to protecting our constitutional rights and is committed to being a vigilant watchdog and defender of our freedoms, no matter what.

ABOUT TODD

Todd was born and raised on a dairy farm in Chapel Hill in northern Marshall County and is a row crop farmer of corn and soybeans to this day. He graduated from Forrest High School in 1989 and married his wife, Cindy, in 1991.

Todd and Cindy have 3 children, Patrick, Kathleen, and Cason. Todd began his career with United Telephone. After six years, he started his first small business and has been self-employed ever since.

Todd has served his community on the Marshall County School Board and as an Alderman in Chapel Hill. He is a member of the Tennessee Farm Bureau, Marshall County Farmers Co-Op, National Utility Contractors Association, National Rifle Association, and the Tennessee Cattleman’s Association.

He is an avid outdoorsman and has always been a true conservative. He is a firm believer in Jesus Christ and attends the Riggs Church of Christ.