Why I Voted Red For The Blue Oval City

Literally Changing The Local Landscape, The Blue Oval City Will Usher In Businesses Such As Hotels, Restaurants, Plus The New Construction Of Tennessee College Of Applied Technology (40m) To Train The Estimated Workforce (5,800) To Build Electric Trucks And The Batteries Needed To Operate These Electric Trucks. Who Wouldn’t Want This In Their District? Jobs, Jobs, Jobs, Why Would Anyone Vote “Red” No For The Blue Oval City? After Deliberate And Thoughtful Review Of The Facts Before Me Alongside With The Current Challenges Facing Tennessee’s Citizens, I Cast A “Red” No Vote For The Following Reasons…

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TN Approves $65M Incentive For Oracle’s Nashville Project

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TN Awards Two $1M-Plus Grants For Economic Development Projects

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Biden Administration Plans Unemployment Benefits Beyond Deadline

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Private Sector Job Creation Slows Over Concerns Of New COVID Restrictions

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