Bill Beck Obituary, Death – Politician Carson W. “Bill” Beck served as the representative for District 51, which includes a portion of Davidson County, in the Tennessee House of Representatives. Old Hickory, Madison, Inglewood, East Nashville, Downtown, The Gulch, Germantown, Salemtown, and other areas are included in the 51st District. Member of the Tennessee Democratic Party is Representative Beck. Representative Beck defeated Stephen Fotopulos with 24.3% and Jennifer Buck Wallace with 34.6% in the Democratic primary election of 2014. Representative Beck defeated Republican opponent Brian L. Mason in the general election with 71.8% of the vote to Mason’s 28.2%.
On August 2, 2018, Representative Beck defeated Trey Palmedo in the Democratic primary. Randell Stroud, an independent candidate and supporter of fathers’ rights, was beaten by Beck to vote in the general election on November 6, 2018. Beck received 82% of the overall vote, while Stroud only garnered 18%. Following the dismissal of DUI charges at a hearing set for July 2015, the DUI arrest footage of state representative Bill Beck from April 2015 was made public. Beck was accused of breaking the state’s implied consent law in addition to allegedly driving under the influence.
According to the officer who made the arrest, Beck was operating his vehicle “with the left tires completely in the center turn lane.” The officer described Beck’s eyes as bloodshot and watery, his breath as smelling of alcohol, and his speech as being “extremely slurred.” In July 2015, Beck admitted to drinking nothing, and the charges were dropped. I’m sorry to hear of Rep.’s passing.
To vote in the general election on November 6, 2018. Beck received 82% of the overall vote, while Stroud only garnered 18%. Following Bill Beck’s arrest for DUI in April 2015, the DUI Bill Beck arrest video was made public. He was perceptive, humorous, and enthusiastic. He was respectful to others and did good work for our state. Ask you to remember his family in your prayers.