Local Democratic Party & Social Justice Group Offer Hotdogs As Reward For Voting, Raising Concerns Of Violations Of TN Election Codes

According to sources, Chattanooga Moms for Social Justice in partnership with the Hamilton County Democratic Party advertised an event called Cookout the Vote which raised concerns that the organizations may be violating a 2020 Tennessee code that prohibits bribing voters.

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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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Registry Of Election Finance Declines To Investigate Rep. Sherrell’s Fire-Hall Checks

The Tennessee Registry Of Election Finance Claimed Wednesday It Had Been “Weaponized” In The State House District 43 Race And Refused To Investigate A Complaint That Rep. Paul Sherrell Wrote Checks To Volunteer Fire Halls And Asked For Cash Back.

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