House 64th Dist. challenger steps up funding against incumbent Cepicky


Current Tennessee House Rep. Scott Cepicky, R-Culleoka, seeking re-election, leads the pack with a balance of $81,151.44, according to second-quarter campaign finance disclosure reports.

Cepicky’s team raised $26,855 from 26 detailed contributions added in late June.

Political action committees donated the largest amounts to Cepicky’s campaign with a $5,000 contribution from Marsha PAC and a $2,500 boost from Lamberth PAC. Focus PAC Inc. added an additional $1,000 to Cepicky’s itemized receipt total.

Destiny Corporation, a business and technology consulting firm, also gave Cepicky two major contributions with two contributions of $1,600.

Cepicky recorded a total expense of $17,315.37 spent on his re-election campaign with no outstanding loans or obligations.

Around town, other local business leaders from Puckett’s, McDonald’s and Best Cleaners donated large shares to Cepicky’s campaign.

Jason and Dawn Gilliam

Jason Gilliam, the district challenger who opposes Cepicky in the upcoming Aug. 4 election, borrowed $51,858.06 disbursed in 32 new loans and added 16 new itemized contributions to his list for a total ending balance of 56. $200.99.

Gilliam received $7,389.79 in contributions this quarter and spent $3,046.86 in total on his campaign to overthrow incumbent Cepicky.

Retired former Maury County Sheriff Enoch George endorsed Gilliam this quarter, while the Maury County Republican Party made $1,500 in contributions to support another term for Cepicky.

Below are findings from state campaign finance reports, which can be viewed by visiting


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