Meet Gino

Gino Bulso for State Representative

MEET GINO

Gino was born on Christmas Day, 1961. His grandparents came from Italy between the World Wars.  His family made its way from Ellis Island to the South, where Gino was born.

A long-time resident of Williamson County, Gino has watched as Williamson County has grown from a sleepy suburb to a dynamic community that is the envy of the state and beyond.


“Most of us live in Williamson County because we have family here or wanted to raise our family in a great place with great opportunities.  But with that growth and opportunity, comes challenges: traffic, schools and quality of life, just to name a few.  

Managing these and other problems requires a conscientious and hard-working representative in the state legislature to ensure the wonderful place we call home is protected and preserved.

One of the big reasons I am running is because I believe strong families are essential to the prosperity of our community, our state and our country. I have always had a passion for public service.  But too often, our government passes laws and policies that weaken, rather than strengthen, the family. I want to be a voice for those who believe that the strength of our country ultimately depends principally upon the strength of our families.”


Gino is a strong proponent for the sanctity of life and has worked consistently for the protection of unborn life.  He is a proud supporter of the 2nd amendment and backs President Trump’s efforts to secure our border.


A practicing trial attorney who represents leading businesses and individuals in Williamson County and across Middle Tennessee, Gino was named one of Nashville’s best attorneys for the last 20 years by The Best Lawyers in America. He was named “The Best Lawyers’ 2014 Nashville Litigation – Real Estate “Lawyer of the Year.” Republican governors have sought Gino’s expertise in representing the state on matters of constitutional law and in 2016, he was appointed by the Supreme Court of Tennessee to serve on its Rules Commission.


Gino is a fiscal conservative who is appalled at the runaway spending that has led to the country’s current $20 trillion national debt. “We must limit the size and scope of the federal government—and its bureaucracy—and empower our state and local governments, as our founders intended.”


Gino Bulso for State Representative

MEET Kathy

Kathy earned a bachelor’s degree from Cornell College in 1984 and a Master’s Degree from Emory University in Georgia in 1985. After she and Gino were married in 1986, she left the work force and for the next 20 years became a full-time stay-at-home mom to Andy, Teresa, Nicholas, Marissa and Timothy. She then worked as an instructor in the pre-K program at Overbrook School for 7 years. Kathy stays involved in our community through her volunteer work, especially through Mulier Care, a community-based organization that assists women with unplanned pregnancies.


 
MEET THE KIDS
  • Andy  is a 2009 graduate of the University of Notre Dame. He entered the seminary immediately upon his graduation from Notre Dame, and spent 6 years studying biblical theology in Rome, Italy. He was ordained on June 12, 2015, and currently serves as Associate Pastor at St. Henry’s Catholic Church and part-time theology teacher at Father Ryan High School.

  • Teresa  is a 2011 graduate of Aquinas College. Since her graduation from college, she has principally been involved in pre-K education in Middle Tennessee. She is currently working on her Dad’s campaign as communications director.

  • Nicholas  is a 2012 graduate of Vanderbilt University and a 2015 graduate of Emory law school in Atlanta, Georgia. He currently works as a trial attorney at Leader, Bulso & Nolan, PLC.

  • Marissa  is a 2014 graduate of the University of Notre Dame and currently is on medical leave from her Masters of Theological Studies program at Notre Dame.

  • Timothy is a 2016 graduate of Aquinas College. He is licensed as a registered nurse and will shortly be pursuing a pre-med degree from Vanderbilt University.

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