New Leadership Delivering Results for Our Community.MEET GABRIEL
Gabriel Fancher is an English teacher at Holloway High School in Murfreesboro. He is a conservative Republican who will work to keep taxes low, eliminate wasteful spending, and improve the quality of life for Rutherford County residents.
Gabriel Fancher has been an outspoken community leader and activist for Rutherford County for years through advocacy, and through his experience as both a realtor and a teacher. Through his podcast and advocacy, he has sat down to discuss key issues that people in Rutherford County face every day with key decision makers across both the county, and the State of Tennessee. If elected, he will bring this experience to Nashville to serve the community of the 13th District.
He will also:
- Stand strong for our shared conservative values by supporting the second amendment, standing up for life and fighting back against Joe Biden’s D.C. agenda that is devastating Tennessee.
- Fight to keep Tennessee one of the lowest taxed states in the country and oppose wasteful spending while reducing excessive government regulation to create a more business friendly environment in Tennessee.
- Support parents having the final say in their children’s education. Gabriel will fight to stress the importance of providing parents and students the opportunities to the education of their choice.
"I will work tirelessly everyday to improve the lives of the people I am elected to represent. I know that we all want and need strong schools, better infrastructure, safe neighborhoods and a business friendly economy. I will work with other state leaders to make sure that the quality of life we all enjoy remains in place here in RutherfordCounty.”LEARN MORE
Holloway High School English teacher and candidate for State House, Gabriel Fancher, announced the addition of longtime businessman and community servant Rick Sain as his campaign treasurer.
Murfreesboro resident Gabriel Fancher has announced his candidacy for the new 13th District of the Tennessee House of Representatives. Fancher is an English teacher at Holloway High School in Murfreesboro and a local real estate agent. He has been a teacher since 2008 where he first served as an adjunct faculty member at several local colleges before becoming a public-school teacher in 2020. He previously worked as the Business Program Director with Daymar College in Nashville and went on to serve as the Program Director for the Political Economy Research Institute at Middle Tennessee State University.