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The U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 8th congressional district, serving since 2011.
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ENG: Stephen Lee Fincher (born February 7, 1973) is the U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 8th congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. The seat was vacated by retiring Democratic incumbent John S. Tanner. Fincher defeated Democratic Tennessee state senator Roy Herron in the 2010 mid-term Congressional general election. Early life and farming career Stephen Lee Fincher was born in 1973 in Memphis. When he was 9 years old, he joined the The Fincher Family singing ministry, a gospel group led by his grandmother that travels to county fairs throughout the 8th district. They perform at more than 100 events each year. A seventh generation farmer, Fincher is a managing partner in Fincher Farms, a family business that grows cotton, corn, soybeans, and wheat on more ...
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OCCHS ag center gets financial boost


Students at Obion County Central High School have been provided a unique new Ag Learning Center courtesy of a federal/state/local partnership that came up with the $300,000 for the new facility.Congressman Stephen Fincher was one of a large group of officials who attended a formal check presentation ceremony Thursday afternoon at OCCHS.Bobby Goode, state director of the U.S. Depart-ment of Agriculture, and state Commissioner of Agriculture Julius Johnson were on hand to present two oversized checks totaling $200,000 that helped finance the construction of the $300,000 Ag Learning ...


Fincher: Obamacare filled with gimmicks, must be repealed


I was pleased to vote to repeal the CLASS program, which is part of Obamacare. The CLASS Act passed the House of Representatives by a vote of 267 to 159, with 28 Democrats joining all 239 voting Republicans in support. CLASS stands for Community Living Assistance Services and Support program. As passed into law under Obamacare, this program would force workers to contribute money from every paycheck into a fund to cover a cash payment should they become disabled later in life. The more time passes, the more we learn of the negative impacts of enacting Obamacare. Earlier this week, the ...


Rep.Fincher raises more than $900,000 for re-election


U.S. Rep. Stephen Fincher already has raised more than $900,000 for his re-election campaign, while Democrats are targeting his 8th District seat as they wait for a candidate to come forward. Fincher, a Republican born in Memphis and residing in Frog Jump, Tenn., is wrapping up his first year in the GOP-controlled House. The freshman congressman has voted mostly along Republican party lines and received a prestigious committee promotion, while also building a bank account that places him in a strong position heading into the 2012 election. With Tennessee’s Republican-controlled General ...


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Stephen Fincher: "Studies show that if we opened one reserve in Alaska now, in five years, gas prices could be at $2 a gallon."
The Truth-o-Meter says: False | Congressman says if one Alaskan reserve was opened, gas prices could drop back to $2 per gallon in five years Nobody likes high gas prices, especially politicians looking to score political points with average, cash-strapped Joes and Janes fed up with prices at the pump. More than one lawmaker has suggested gas prices would drop sharply if the United States would just open up more of its oil reserves to drilling. U.S. Rep. Stephen Fincher, the 8th Congressional District Republican farmer from Frog Jump, is the latest to make such a claim. "Studies show that if we opened one reserve in Alaska now, in five years, gas prices could be at $2 a ... >> More



 
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