Tennessee District 5 Congressional Candidates Forum

The Wilson County Republican Party And Wilson County Conservative Republicans Will Be Hosting A Forum For All The Republican Candidates For Tennessee’s District 5 Congressional District On Saturday, June 25th In Mount Juliet.

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Tennessee Incumbents Use Taxpayer Dollars For Self-Promotion During Election Year

With 2022 Being An Election Year, Mailers That Appear To Be Focused Solely On Self-Promotion, With The Purpose Of Highlighting A Legislator’s Accomplishments, Essentially Work As Campaign Pieces Funded By Tennessee Taxpayers.

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Tennessee’s New Residency Election Law Is Unconstitutional

The New Residency Requirement Is Unconstitutional And Undemocratic. The U.S. Constitution Sets Forth Eligibility Requirements For The U.S. House. Under Article I, Section 2, A Representative Must Have Been A U.S. Citizen For At Least Seven Years, At Least 25 Years Old, And Must Live In The State They Represent. Neither Congress, Nor A State May Impose Additional Eligibility Office Requirements.
Considering The Law Is Notoriously Unlawful, Voters Can’t Help Wondering What Suddenly Inspired The Tennessee General Assembly To Add This Blatantly Illegal Requirement To The State’s Eligibility Rules For National Elections? The Answer Is More Obvious Than Finding Fleas On A Tennessee Hound Dog!

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Inside Tennessee GOP’s Effort To Oust Trump-Backed Candidate From District 5 Ballot

Just Shortly After Morgan Ortagus Received A Nod Of Endorsement From Former President Donald Trump, She Became The Focal Point Of Many Local Republicans. That Focus Quickly Turned To An Attempt To Figure Out How To Block Her Candidacy.

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TN Legislature Reaches Agreement On Campaign Finance Reporting Bill

Tennessee’s Legislature Came To A Compromise On A Campaign Finance Reporting Bill That Will Add Requirements For Political Action Committees, Political Candidates And Some Nonprofits.

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TN Congressional Residency Rule Becomes Law Too Late To Block Ortagus

A Bill That Would Require Congressional Candidates In Tennessee To Live In The State For Three Years Before Running In A Primary For A Federal Seat Will Become Law Without The Signature Of Gov. Bill Lee, However, The Legislation Will Not Achieve The Goal Of Some Tennessee Lawmakers To Block The Candidacy Of One Trump-Backed Candidate.

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Funds Flood In To Support Campaigns Of District 5’s GOP Congressional Candidates

Money Is Pouring In To Support The Campaigns For District 5’s Republican Candidates For U.S. Congress.

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