Conservative Activism In Tennessee [Interview With Citizens For Renewing America State Director]

After Nearly A Decade As An Elementary School Teacher Working With Students From Different Cultures And Languages In California And Tennessee, Ms. Aundrea Gomez Found Herself Taking A Stand Against Mandates In Her School District Which Ignited A Passion For Studying The Constitution And The Principles Of Conservatism.
Now Citizens For Renewing America’s Tennessee State Director, Gomez Talks About The Organization, Its Work And The Issues She Will Be Advocating For In This Session Of The General Assembly.
She Also Talks About How Tennessee Citizens Can Become More Involved In The Legislative Process And Stay Better Informed Of What’s Happening On Both The State And National Level.

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Election Integrity Group Tries To Halt Purchasing Rush For Williamson County Voting System, Machines Without First Studying All Options

While The Williamson County Election Commission Is Rushing To Sign A Contract To Purchase New Election Voting Equipment For County Elections, A Citizen-Driven Group Is Trying To Slow Down The Process So That Greater Due Diligence, Fiduciary Cost Studies And A Comprehensive Appraisal Of Current Voting Machine-Heavy Systems And Other Voting Systems Involving Hand-Marked Paper Ballots And People Can Be Studied.

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Poor State Parenting, Human Errors, Christmas Pardons, Not So Pro-Life Republicans, Eminent Domain, Knox Drag & Blackouts – The TennCon Big 7!

• The State Makes A Poor Parent Says New Tennessee DCS Commissioner
• “Human Error” To Blame For Wrong Ballots Given To Davidson County Voters
• Governor Lee Grants Christmas Pardons, Bashes Biden’s Plan to Send Immigrants To TN
• Republican Senator To Sponsor Bill To Add Exceptions To TN Abortion Ban
• 7th Generation Farmer Reaches Out To Community To Prevent Eminent Domain Grab Of TN Family Farm
• Knoxville Mayor Attends Drag Queen Christmas Show At Publicly Funded Theater
• TVA Issues Apology For Power Outages During Severe Winter Weather

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“Human Error” To Blame For Wrong Ballots Given To Davidson County Voters

In A Report Issued On Friday By Tennessee Election Coordinator Mark Goins, A Combination Of Human Error And Failure To Ensure Districting Changes Were Made Correctly Were Cited As Reasons For 437 Voters In Davidson County Casting Incorrect Ballots In The Midterm Elections In November.

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Midterm Madness, Corporate Freeze-out, Protecting Kids From Mutilation, Abortion Increases, Surprises In TN & Much More – The TennCon Big 7!

• Bonus story: Control Of Congress At Stake: Red Wave Hits Florida, Stops There
• Lee Reelected, Ogles Wins District 5, Plus Statewide Election Results
• Four Tennessee Constitutional Amendments, Including Right-To-Work, Win By Large Margins
• 438 Voters Assigned Wrong Ballots In Davidson County Allowed To Cast Provisional Ballots
• Amazon Bails On Promised Job Creation In Nashville With Hiring Freeze Announcement
• Tennessee Bill To Limit “Gender Mutilation” Introduced By Republican Lawmakers
• Tennessee Abortion Numbers Drop As Neighboring States See Increase
• Tennesseans Can’t Rely On “No Surprises” In Medical Billing Due To Loopholes & Legislature Inaction

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Tennessee Voter Experience At The Polls Vary Across The State

On Election Day, Voters In Several Tennessee Counties Were Reporting That Some Polling Stations Were Having Trouble Printing Ballots. While Many Reported That All Seemed Well, Some Voters Reported Issues With Not Only Paper Ballots, But Also With Voting Machines, Open WIFI Connections At Polling Places And More.

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438 Voters Assigned Wrong Ballots In Davidson County Can Cast Provisional Ballots (Update 11.10.22)

Davidson County Voters That Were Mistakenly Assigned Ballots With The Wrong Congressional Or State House Districts Are Eligible To Cast Provisional Ballots On Election Day, November 8th.

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Tennessee Ballot Bungle, Cloudy Election Finance Reports, Kids Exposed To Drag, Limiting Citizen Input, Lost Learning Land & More! – The TennCon Big 7!

• Nashville Voters Given Wrong Ballots, Votes Cast For Candidates In Other Districts
• Tennessee Election Finance Reporting Lacks Transparency For Those Not “In-The-Know”
• Knox County Leadership Unresponsive To Citizen’s Concerns About Children’s Exposure To Drag
• Analysis Shows Some TN Students Lost Months Of Learning Between 2019 – 2022
• Williamson County School Board Votes To Limit Citizen Engagement
• Nashville Council Members Push Back Against Mayor’s $2.1B Stadium Deal
• Jefferson County Commission Stands Up For Medical Freedom Of Tennessee Guardsmen

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Op-Ed: Who’s Ballot Is It Anyway?

The First Instance Of Absentee Voting Came During The Civil War, When Union Soldiers Were Given The Opportunity To Vote In Home District Elections. Attitudes Towards Absentee Voting Have Certainly Changed. At First, Absentee Balloting Was Restricted To Individuals Doing Active Military Service. However, Last In Vermont (1896) And Kansas (1901 And 1911) Extended The Option To Anyone Who Had A Valid Reason For Being Away From His Home Precinct On Election Day. This Has Become Universal. The Trend Has Continued Towards A More Liberal Interpretation, Including Absence Due To Illness Or Infirmity. Oregon Voted In 1998 To Make Absentee Voting Moot By Eliminating All Physical Voting Places And Conducting All Elections By Mail. And So “It” Began. Could Someone Close The Door Please? I Feel A Chill In Here.

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