Conservative AJ Bahou announced the launch of his campaign for state representative on Wednesday, first seeking the Republican nomination in the August 2022 primary for House District 63, according to a press release. .
This is the seat once held by former Speaker of the House, Glen Casada.
Bahou Said is an intellectual property patent attorney and Tennessean native who has called Middle Tennessee home for most of his life.
“I am thrilled to kick off my campaign today for the position of State Representative and to connect with voters across the district,” Bahou said. “I am committed to bringing our conservative values from Williamson County to Nashville and fighting for those things that make our community and our state great.”
Bahou says he was president of the Tennessee Young Republicans from 1997 to 1999 and was active in the organization for more than seven years. He has been active in Leadership Brentwood, Brentwood Rotary, the Nolensville Lions Club, the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce and numerous organizations related to the legal profession, according to the release.
Throughout his law practice, Bahou says he has won numerous awards for his skills and integrity. He also serves on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of LaunchTN, a national incubator for small start-up companies in Tennessee.
“In the late 1990s, as President of the Young Republicans of Tennessee, I created a grassroots foundation working to take back America and fight the Clinton machine. Now we are fighting again for the soul of our country; this time against an even more dangerous group of liberal extremists,” Bahou said.
“Tennessee is thriving because conservative governance works and that’s why I will fight the federal excesses of the Biden-Harris administration. As a state representative, my service will be focused on maintaining Williamson County as the best place in America to live, work, and raise a family.
The 63rd District includes eastern Williamson County. The Republican primary is Thursday, August 4. The general election is Tuesday, November 8, 2022.
AJ Bahou is from Middle Tennessean and lives in Brentwood with his wife, Maggie. They have three children: Sam, Rachel and Adam.
For more information, visit https://voteajbahou.com/