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Voting Registration Deadline: October 10th

Early Voting: October 18th to November 2nd

Election Day: November 7th

Equal justice and respect for all.

Not just a slogan.  John Rosson has a proven track record of
providing respect and equal justice for all in his courtroom.

“Equal justice is not just a slogan to me.  It’s the basis for how I run the courtroom every day. I would be honored by your support to continue serving our community.”

-John

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Committed to
Public Service

John Rosson has dedicated his career to public service. While in school John served the United States in the Army Reserves and National Guard. In addition to his service as Knoxville’s Municipal Judge, Judge Rosson has served on the board of organizations such   as the Parkinson’s Foundation, Joy of Music School, and the Knoxville-Knox County CAC Office on Aging, among many others.  Noted for his professionalism and respect in the courtroom, John serves on the Professionalism Committee of the Knoxville Bar Association.

John moved to Knoxville to attend the University of Tennessee Law School.  After starting his private practice, John settled into West Hills where he is a member of West End Church of Christ.  He has 3 adult children and 3 grandchildren.  He has been found over the years coaching his kids sports teams at Knox Youth Sports, playing pickleball, and competing as a tournament duplicate bridge player.

Deep
Knoxville Roots

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campaign financially

Your support is GREATLY appreciated.  All contributions will be used for advertising and promotions related to the campaign.

Tennessee law limits contributions to $1,600 per person, per election cycle.  This means an individual may not contribute more than $3,200 ($1,600 for the primary and $1,600 for the general) and a couple may not contribute more than $6,400 ($1,600 each for the primary and $1,600 each for the general).  Tennessee law also requires that we ask your employer and occupation for our reporting.

Donations can be mailed to:

PO Box 218
Knoxville, TN 37901

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