In 2018, the people of Tennessee elected Marsha Blackburn as first woman to represent the Volunteer State in the United States Senate.
She serves on the Armed Services Committee, the Commerce, Science & Transportation Committee, the Veterans Affairs Committee, and the prestigious Judiciary Committee. In 2019, Senate leadership handpicked Marsha to chair the Judiciary Committee’s “Tech Task Force,” a roundtable-style working group charged with exploring issues related to Big Tech’s influence on American culture.
Before her election to the Senate, Marsha represented Tennessee’s 7th Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives, where she became a leader in the fight for a small, efficient federal government that is accountable to its citizens.
Marsha dedicates her public service to promoting opportunities for women and making America a more prosperous place to live.
Her leadership philosophy is based on her experiences in the private sector as a small businesswoman and author, and as a mother and grandmother.