Senator Walley takes oath of office

State Senator Page Walley (R-Bolivar) took the oath of office on Tuesday in Nashville as the 112th General Assembly was gaveled into session. Walley’s wife, Terry, stood alongside him as the oath of office was administered by the Honorable William C. Koch, Dean of the Nashville School of Law who formerly served as a Tennessee Supreme Court Justice. 

“I am very honored to have the opportunity to represent the citizens of the 26th District in the Tennessee Senate,” Senator Walley said. “My pledge is to work every day to honor their trust. I also look forward to working with Governor Lee and my colleagues in the General Assembly to improve opportunities for the people of all Tennesseans, especially those in Chester, Decatur, Fayette, Hardeman, Hardin, Haywood, McNairy, and Henderson Counties which I am privileged to represent.” 

Senator Walley is a licensed clinical psychologist and minister who previously served 10 years in the Tennessee State House. He also served two governors as Commissioner of Children’s Services in Tennessee and Commissioner of Human Resources in Alabama.

Senator Walley is married with three children and three grandchildren. He can be reached at (615) 741-2368 or by email at

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