Social Media Censorship Bill That Was Deferred Last Year On Schedule For Tennessee House Subcommittee

A Bill Dealing With Social Media Censorship That Was Deferred Last Year Is On The Move Again And On The Schedule For One Of The Tennessee General Assembly’s Subcommittees. The Legislation Aims To Stymie Censorship From Social Media Platforms Regarding Tennessee Elections While Preserving First Amendment Rights Of Tennesseans In Today’s Online Public Square.

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Why Moving From Vote Centers To Precinct Voting Is Best If You Care About Safe, Secure, Transparent And Trustworthy Elections

In 2019, The Tennessee General Assembly Began A Pilot For “Convenience Vote Center Voting,” Where Fewer Vote Centers Would Replace Traditional Precincts. That Meant Some Structural Differences In Poll Processes And Voters Could Vote In Any Vote Center In The County. Vote Centers Were Meant To Help Election Officials Reduce Costs. But After Two Years In This Experiment, We’ve Tracked A Number Of Risky Sacrifices That Voters Were Never Told About When The State Forced Us Into Vote Centers.
CONVENIENCE Has NOT Equaled SECURITY Or Saved Money.

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New Tennessee Law Removes Exceptions Imposed During Civil Rights Era That GOP Lawmakers Say Disenfranchise Voters In Local Elections

A New Law Will Impose Changes To The City Of Knoxville’s Local Election Process. The City Of Knoxville Is Pushing Back On The State And Investigating Legal Options In Order To Avoid Having To Make Changes.

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The Voting Issue That Could Prevent Hand-Marked Paper Ballots In Tennessee Elections

The Ramifications Of The 2020 And 2022 National Elections Have Left An Indelible Mark On American Consumer Confidence In Elections. Problems Such As Machine Vulnerabilities, The Misconduct Of Vote Center Workers, Ballot Drop Boxes And Ballot Harvesting, As Well As Illegal Voting Law Revisions, All Caused A Deep Fissure In Citizen Trust In How Elections Are Run.

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Westhaven Voters for Fairness And Civility Urges New Tone In Remaining Election Cycle

Westhaven Voters For Fairness And Civility, A Newly Formed Group Of Residents In The Westhaven Community, Has Issued A Call For A New Tone In Franklin’s Upcoming Election, Citing An Incident At A Private, Resident-Organized Candidate Forum Held Sept. 27 At Westhaven As The Most Recent Example Of The Urgent Need For A Change Of Election Rhetoric And Conduct.

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Ahead Of Memphis Mayoral Elections, Public Inspection Of Voting Machines Is Being Performed, But Does That Really Boost Voter Integrity?

The Shelby County Election Commission Is Seemingly Doing Its Best To Try And Confront The Lagging Confidence In Our Elections System By Hosting A Public Inspection Of The Voting Machines That Will Be Made Available To Voters In Just 10 Short Days When Early Voting Begins In Memphis.

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O’Connell, Rolli Running In Sept. 14 Runoff Election For Mayor Of Nashville

Freddie O’Connell And Alice Rolli Are Running In The Sept. 14 Runoff Election For Mayor Of Nashville, Tennessee. O’Connell Finished First And Rolli Finished Second From A Field Of 12 Candidates In The City’s Nonpartisan General Election On Aug. 3.

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