Jeremy H. G. Hayes‚Äč

Jeremy Hugh Gwynne Hayes is the grandson of Hugh Gwynne Hayes and Gladys Anita Hayes, and is a native of Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, where he has dedicated much of his life to giving back to those around him.  Jeremy has been a local business owner since 2010, and attended Middle Tennessee State University, where he completed his undergraduate degree in History and Psychology before attending Cumberland University, where he earned two master's degrees in Business (MBA) and Education (MAE).  Jeremy is an electrician and understands the importance of a strong work ethic.   


During the 2016 Presidential election, Jeremy was co-chairman for President Donald J. Trump's campaign in Wilson County, and was sent around the state of Tennessee as a surrogate of President Trump to speak at special events.  Jeremy went on to receive nearly 70,000 votes as a statewide delegate for President Trump.  Understanding the importance of Christians voting in the Presidential election, Jeremy worked with Steve Gill and was able to raise nearly one million dollars which were used to fund the "Lift The Vote" tour that traveled to battle ground states and counties, encouraging Christians to vote. Jeremy is taking the same idea of "Make America Great Again" to his campaign for State Representative District 57.      

Jeremy's wife, Candice, graduated from Father Ryan and completed her undergraduate degree at Lambeth University in Jackson, Tennessee.  Candice worked at a local church until their daughter Claire was born in 2017, and now is a stay at home mother.

Jeremy believes everyone in life deserves a second chance and for someone to care about them, which is the reason he has coached youth sports, done prison ministry, and put on events (featuring Tim Tebow, filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza, former Tennessee Coach Phillip Fulmer, Notre Dame's Rudy Ruettiger, Troy Gentry of Montgomery Gentry, and many others) to fund organizations and people in need.  In the summer of 2016, Jeremy helped fund a trip for young teenager from Mt. Juliet, Tennessee to attend the Endeavor Games (Paralympic Games) in Oklahoma where the youth earned several Gold Medals.

From Wilson County, and fighting for Wilson County.