John Stevens Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting Record

Sen. John Stevens (R- Huntingdon-District 24) Has Been In Office Since 2012 And Is Running For Reelection In 2024, Defining Himself As “Conservative Leadership For Northwest Tennessee,” But His Voting Record May Not Win Him Very Many Points Amongst Conservative Voters This Time Around.

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John Gillespie Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting Record

Representative John Gillespie (R-Memphis-District 97) Is Running For Re-Election And Is On The Ballot In The Republican Primary. Has Gillespie Been A Fighter For Conservative Values During The Last Four Years? Read The Tennessee Conservative’s Analysis Of Gillespie’s Voting Record And Decide If He Deserves A Second Term In Office.

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RINOs Rally Behind Establishment Candidate Tom Hatcher

Based On Campaign Contributions, Establishment Republicans Have A Clear Favorite In The Pool Of Candidates For Tennessee’s District 2 Senate Seat.

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China Based Company In Clarksville Seeks More Taxpayer Money While Laying Off More Employees, Promising Expansion

More Clarksville Residents Are Without Employment After China Based Electric Vehicle Battery Producer Microvast Announced More Layoffs Last Week, All While Still Affirming Their Intentions Of Bringing Their Engineering And Research-And-Development Departments To The Area.

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Boys Pitted Against Girls At East Tennessee Elementary School Track And Field Event

Parents Noticed Something A Little Different At The Recent Track And Field Event At New Market Elementary School In Jefferson County. For Decades The Annual Event Has Been A Favorite Of Parents, Students, And Teachers To End The School Year On A Positive Note. However, In At Least Two Of The Sports, Namely Softball Throw And 50-Yard Sprint, Parents Report That Boys Were Pitted Against Girls.

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Tennessee To Compile Report On Cost Of Illegal Immigrant Crime

Tennessee’s District Attorneys General Conference Will Collect And Compile Data On The Costs Related To Illegal Immigrants In The State Who Are Charged Or Convicted Of A Criminal Offense Through At Least 2032 After The Immigration Bill Was Signed Into Law By Gov. Bill Lee.

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24 Republican Governors, Including Tennessee’s Bill Lee, Sign Letter Opposing WHO Treaty

The Republican Governors Of Two Dozen States, Including Tennessee, Penned A Letter To President Joe Biden Opposing The World Health Organization’s Proposed “Pandemic Agreement,” Which They Said Could “Undermine National Sovereignty” And States’ Rights.

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Governor Signs Tennessee Law Letting Parents, Educators Make Final 4th-Grade Retention Decisions

Gov. Bill Lee Signed Legislation Tuesday To Let Each Fourth Grader’s Parents, Teacher, And Principal Decide Collectively Whether A Student Should Be Held Back Due To A Second Straight Year Of Low Reading Scores, Even After A Year Of Tutoring.

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Lawsuit Claims Business Partner Of Alleged Serial Rapists Made Extortion Payments To Johnson City Police

As Parallel Criminal And Civil Cases Move Forward, Involving Claims That Johnson City Police Conspired To Protect A Serial Rapist, New Allegations Have Emerged Of A Co-Conspirator Who Laundered Money In Order To Funnel Extortion Payments To Officers.

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