Involved - Dedicated - Public Servant
experience & Vision
Since graduating from Chase Law School, Tyler has served Madison County as Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney, prosecuting felony cases. His experience and the wealth of knowledge gained as a prosecutor make him uniquely qualified to be County Attorney.
"As a prosecutor, I have witnessed the devastation the opioid crisis has created in Madison County. I am committed to working with elected officials and community members to address this problem. Clearly, incarceration of users is not stopping the issue. We need alternatives, including treatment for users and penalties for pharmaceutical distributors & drug traffickers pumping drugs into the area."
"Operational efficiency would be a high priority for me as County Attorney. As public servants, we owe it to our taxpayers to be good stewards of their investment."
Dedicated to service
Born and raised in Madison County, Tyler is vested in the community that has been his family's home for several generations. Family involvement in public service has been influential in his dedication to serving Madison County.
- Madison County Historical Society
- Battle of Richmond Association
- Richmond & Berea Chambers of Commerce
- Richmond Exchange Club
- Volunteer Middle School Mock Trial Coach
- Career Day Volunteer for Madison County Business & Education Partnership