Brock (Brock) Martin (R-SH79)
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Capitol: 615.741.7478
FAX: 615.253.0218
District: 731.692.2572
Representative
Suite 652 Cordell Hull Building 425 Rep. John Lewis Way North
Nashville, TN 37243

District Office:
PO Box 362
Huntingdon, TN 38344
Elected: 2022    Next Election: 2024
Committee Assignments
Vice ChairHouse Committee on Insurance
MemberSubcommittee on Health
MemberSubcommittee on Insurance
MemberHouse Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources
MemberHouse Committee on Health
Counties Representing
Carroll / Gibson

Bio

Brock Martin is a lifelong West Tennessean. He was born in Carroll County and raised in Camden, Tennessee. He currently resides in Huntingdon, Tennessee with his wife, Krista, and their five year old son, Steele. Brock is the son of two public school educators and knows first hand the impact that strong teachers have on rural communities. Brock is a graduate of Camden Central High School in Camden Tennessee.

He attended Bethel University in McKenzie, Tennessee for his undergraduate degree.

He received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Logan College of Chiropractic in St. Louis, Missouri.

Brock and his wife, Dr. Krista Martin, opened Southern Chiropractic and Acupuncture in Huntingdon. Brock now serves as the Clinical Director and Chiropractor at their practice. As a health care provider he has seen and helped thousands of patients in the Huntingdon area.

He is a key member on boards across the state including a Board Trustee Member for Bethel University, Treasurer of the Huntingdon Industrial Board, and the current President of the Tennessee Chiropractic Association.

Brock is an active member of the Tennessee Republican Party.

He was the Carroll County Chairman for Congressman David Kustoff during the 2016 election.

Brock assisted in 2014 and 2018 for the Governor elections.

He was an active volunteer for Senator Bill Hagerty and Senator Marsha Blackburn's campaigns in 2018 and 2020.

He was a strong asset in the Carroll County Mayoral Race and aided Joseph Butler's win by one of the largest margins in Tennessee.