Randy McNally

  • Tennessee
  • Senator
  • Republican
  • District 5

Capitol Office

425 5th Avenue North
Suite 700 Cordell Hull Bldg.
Nashville, TN 37243

Phone 615-741-6806 Fax 615-253-0285

Serving District 5

Sponsored Bills


HB 9071

District Attorneys - As enacted, allows the attorney general and reporter to petition the supreme court for appointment of a district attorney general pro tem if a district attorney general peremptorily and categorically refuses to prosecute all instances of a criminal offense without regard to facts or circumstances; requires the supreme court to appoint a district attorney general pro tem if the court finds the district attorney general has refused to attend and prosecute according to law. - Amends TCA Title 8; Title 16 and Title 17.

  • Introduced Oct 26 2021
  • Effective date(s) 11/12/2021 Nov 18 2021

HB 9072

Election Laws - As enacted, authorizes partisan elections for school board members. - Amends TCA Title 49, Chapter 2.

  • Introduced Oct 26 2021
  • Comp. became Pub. Ch. 1 Nov 18 2021

SB 9015

Health Care - As introduced, prohibits a person, private business, or state or local governmental official, entity, department, or agency from compelling proof of vaccination for COVID-19; prohibits an employer from taking an adverse action against an employee, or from failing to hire an applicant, based solely on the employee's or applicant's refusal to provide proof of vaccination for COVID-19. -

  • Introduced Oct 26 2021
  • P2C, ref. to Covid-19 Committee of Extraordinary Session III Oct 28 2021

HB 9077

Public Health - As enacted, revises and adds provisions relative to COVID-19; transfers certain existing provisions (such as liability provisions) and adds the new provisions to a newly created title in TCA (Title 14); specifies that the provisions of the newly created title will prevail over any conflicting law; and prohibits the governor from suspending any provision of the newly created title, except in cases where the governor is exercising the governor's emergency powers during a state of emergency declared by the governor; prohibits a governmental entity and other public official from suspending any provision of the newly created title, regardless of whether there is a state of emergency. - Amends TCA Title 9; Title 14; Title 29; Title 38; Title 49; Title 50; Title 63 and Title 68.

  • Introduced Oct 26 2021
  • Effective date(s) 11/12/2021 Nov 18 2021
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Recent Votes


Apr 12, 2021

Apr 29, 2021


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