Paul Sherrell Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting Record

Representative Paul Sherrell (R-Sparta-District 43) Is Running For Re-Election And Is On The Ballot In The Republican Primary Slated For August 1st, 2024 Where He Will Face Two Challengers. Having Served Two Terms As A Lawmaker Already, Should Sherrell Be Given Another Four Years? Read Our Deep Dive On Sherrell’s Record And Then Decide.

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Mary Littleton Running For Reelection: A Look At Her Voting Record

Representative Mary Littleton (R-Dickson-District 78) Is Running For Re-Election And Is On The Ballot In The Republican Primary Slated For August 1st, 2024. Having Spent Twelve Years As A Lawmaker Already, Should Littleton’s Time As A State Representative In The Tennessee General Assembly Be Extended For Another Four Years? Read Our Deep-Dive Into Her Voting Record To Decide.

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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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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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Ferrell Haile Running For Reelection: A Look At His Voting Record

As The 2024 Elections Get Closer, It Is Important To Remember That There Is A Difference Between A Politician With An “R” Next To Their Name And A True Conservative. It’s Easy To Look At Some Of Senator Ferrell Haile’s Votes And Conclude That He Stands For Conservative Values. However, To Adopt The Language Of Fellow RINO Sen. Todd Gardenhire, “The Devil Was In The Details.”

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City Of Franklin BOMA Votes Unanimously To Allow Pride Festival In Public Park Amid Multi-Million Lawsuits Against City Due To Events From Last Year’s Festival

This Week, The City Of Franklin BOMA (Board Of Mayor And Alderman) Voted Unanimously To Grant A Permit To Franklin Pride For Them To Hold Their Annual Pride Festival In Harlinsdale Park, A Public Park Owned And Managed By The City Of Franklin.

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Bill Addressing Social Media Censorship In Tennessee Deferred While Sponsor Works On Funding

Representative Dennis Powers Requested That A Bill Addressing Social Media Censorship Be Deferred After It Was Scheduled To Be Heard In The House Business & Utilities Subcommittee On Tuesday.

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Librarian On Tennessee Textbook Commission A Member Of Organization Fighting “Censorship” Of Inappropriate Books In Schools

The Librarian On The State Textbook And Instructional Materials Quality Commission, One Of 9 Current Members Charged With Recommending Official Lists Of Textbooks And Other Instructional Materials, Is A Member Of An Organization Actively Fighting Against “Censorship” Of Inappropriate Books In Public Schools.

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