West Knox Republican Club Issues Resolution To Enforce Tennessee GOP Bylaws

The West Knox Republican Club Members Have Issued A Resolution To Express Their Strong Opposition To The Tennessee Republican Party’s Decision To Not Disqualify Liberal Democrat Garrett Holt From The 2024 Republican Primary Ballot.

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Tennessee Republican Party Reverses Decision To Remove Non-Bona Fide Candidates From Ballot, Allowing Them To Run In Primary

A Decision Was Made By The Tennessee Republican Party To Allow Candidates Who Were Previously Removed From The Republican Primary Ballot For School Board In Williamson County To Be Restored, And Allow Them To Run In The Upcoming Primary As Republicans.

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TN Republican Party Bylaws, Open Primaries, “Bona Fide” Status & More – Mark Pulliam On The Mill Creek View Tennessee Podcast

Join Steve Abramowicz And The Mill Creek View Tennessee Podcast As Interviews Lawyer Mark Pulliam (Or As He Would Say “Recovering Lawyer”) Who Is Also A Columnist, Blogger And Conservative Political Activist. Mark Shares His Work At Trying To Make Inroads Into The Tennessee Republican Party And Not Getting Very Far. Mark, Like Many Tennessee Transplants, Has Come To See The Red State As Not Being As Red As He Hoped, But Instead, It’s All About The Money And Power.

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‘The Swamp’ Is Everywhere – Even In Republican Tennessee

Conservatives Are Flocking To Tennessee As Political Refugees From Blue States. The Tennessee Republican Party Should Be Embracing These New Voters With Gusto But Instead Treats Them As Pariahs. Political Parties Exist To Serve Voters, Not Vice Versa. So Why Does The TRP, In One Of The Nation’s Most Conservative States, Restrict Participation In Internal Governance Of The State Party And Tennessee’s 95 County GOP Organizations, And Eligibility To Run As A Republican Candidate, To An Infinitesimal Percentage Of The Nearly 2 Million Tennessee Patriots Who Identify As Republican?

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Tennessee GOP Updates Bylaws For Candidates Seeking Republican Nomination For Public Office

The Tennessee Republican Party Recently Updated The Sections Of Their Bylaws Regarding Potential Candidates. New Amendments And Changes To The Previous Bylaws Clarify What The Tennessee GOP Now Considers As “Bona Fide” And Lays Out The Requirements For Potential Candidates To Gain The Republican Nomination For Public Office.

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Manifesto Release Opposition, Weaponizing GOP ByLaws, TN Not Taking Care Of Veterans, Corporate Welfare & Much More! The TennCon Big 7!

1) Parties Opposed To Release Of Covenant School Shooting Records To Present Arguments At Upcoming Hearing
2) Tennessee Committee Extends And Increases Pearson Testing Contract By $40 Million
3) Establishment Republicans Weaponize Organization Bylaws In Attempt To Isolate/Punish Grassroots Victors
4) Tennessee One Of The Worst States For Military Retirees, New Report Says
5) Gov. Lee Responds To Call To Cancel Special Session On Gun Legislation
6) Mental Health Of Tennessee Children Getting Worse Say Reports
7) $120M Of Public Funds Could Be Used For Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway Rebuild

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Washington County GOP Reorganization: Questionable Practices & Seemingly Nefarious Goals

As Evidenced By Documentation The Tennessee Conservative Obtained Regarding The Matter, It Seems That Washington County’s Establishment GOP That Retains Power Currently Will Resort To Questionable Tactics In Order To Keep It.

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Williamson County GOP Reorganization: Questionable Practices And Disregard For Their Own Bylaws

This Year, In Williamson County, Not Only Has There Been What Appears To Be An Inability To Get The Basics Of Organizing A Meeting Like This Managed, But It Appears There Have Also Been Some Intentional Efforts To Thwart What Is Possibly A Complete Shellacking Of The Establishment GOP Who Currently Hold Power.

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Blount County Republican Women’s President Stands By Her Principles, Resigns After Ultimatum Issued By TN RINOs

Following An Ultimatum Issued By The Tennessee Federation of Republican Women, The President Of The Blount County Republican Women’s Club Has Decided To Resign Her Post Rather Than Sacrifice Her Principles.

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