Politician Info

Holds office State Senate District 4

Candidate in race for State Senate District 4 on Thursday, August 1, 2024



Born June 26, 1961, Royal Oak, MI

Married, two children


Public Relations

Bachelor's degree in Communications from the University of Southern Colorado

Attended graduate school at Wichita State University


1st Vice Chair, Senate Judiciary Committee

Member, Senate Education Committee

Community Involvement:

Senate member of the 110th General Assembly

House member of the 105th through 109th General Assemblies

Captain, U.S. Navy Reserve

Bristol Rotary Club

Kingsport Chamber of Commerce

Bristol Chamber of Commerce

Tusculum College President's Advisory Board

King College President's roundtable

Thomas Green Lecture Series

Advisory Board, Neff Center for Science & technology

Rocky Mount Living History Museum

Past President Tri-Cities Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America

National Federation of Independent Business Owners

Sullivan County Republican Party

American Legislative Exchange Council

United States Naval Institute

Naval Reserve Association

Reserve Officer's Association

32nd Degree Mason

National Council of State Legislators

Life Member, National Rifle Association

Bloomingdale Ruitan

National Network of Legislators in the Military

Honors & Awards:

National Federation of Business - Guardian of Freedom

Legislator of the Year - Humane Society (twice)

Multiple Awards from the Public Relations Society of America

AAA Legislator of the Year

AMVETS Legislative Silver Bayonet Award

County Officials Association - Outstanding Representative

The American Academy of Pediatrics TN Chapter - Legislator of the Year

First Tennessee Development District - Legislator of the Year

TN Chamber of Commerce - TN Champion of Commerce

Position on Marijuana Legalization

Lundberg said Tennessee has already legalized cannabis oil for medical purposes. He said additional efforts to legalize marijuana “is being pushed by people who really want to smoke marijuana.”

Given the negative consequences of its legalization in states like Colorado — where he said cannabis has resulted in one of the highest rates in the nation for marijuana use among teens — Lundberg said he is “not a big fan of marijuana.”


Position on Marijuana Decriminalization


Voted IN FAVOR of stripping Memphis and Nashville ofDecrim. Votes “Aye” on HB0173/SB0173

As enacted, clarifies thatstate law preempts local government enactments with respect to the regulationof and appropriate sanctions for conduct involving drugs and other similarsubstances. 

Contact Jon Lundberg

Email: sen.jon.lundberg@capitol.tn.gov

Web: http://www.capitol.tn.gov/senate/members/s4.html

Phone: 615-741-5761


425 John Lewis Way North Suite 744 Cordell Hull Building

Nashville, TN 37243

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