Bo Mitchell represents the people of District 50 in the Tennessee House of Representatives. He began serving the citizens of Bellevue, Goodlettsville, Joelton, White’s Creek, Scottsboro, and the rest of western Davidson County following his election in 2012. He has quickly become a leading voice for fiscal responsibility, education excellence, election integrity, and job creation.
At a Glance
- Husband to Chastity, dad to Parker (10) and Brady (8)
- Small business owner
- Longtime District 50 resident
- Active in service (Serving Saturdays, Bellevue-Clean Up, pro-bono work)
- Youth baseball coach, Bellevue Sports Athletic Association
- Member, Bellevue Harpeth Chamber, Goodlettsville Chamber, Joelton Civitan, Tennessee Conservation Voters, Tennessee Farm Bureau
Bo was first elected to public office in 2007, when he began representing District 35 (Bellevue) on the Metro Council. He was re-elected in 2011.
Prior to his election to the Metro Council, Bo established a lengthy record of deep involvement in the community. He also owns a small business that assists other businesses in providing benefits to their employees.
Bo and his wife, Chastity, along with their sons Parker (10) and Brady (8), live in Bellevue. Bo graduated from David Lipscomb University in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in political science. He earned his law degree from Nashville School of Law in 2003. The Mitchells attend Crosspoint Church in Bellevue.
Bo is a native of middle Tennessee and a member of the Bellevue Harpeth Chamber of Commerce, Goodlettsville Chamber of Commerce, Joelton Civitan Club, Harpeth River Watershed Association, Gower Elementary PTO, Bellevue Family YMCA & FiftyForward J.L. Turner Center, Tennessee Conservation Voters, and Tennessee Farm Bureau.