Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles Wins Marshall County GOP Straw Poll

Marshall County Republican Party’s Straw Poll For Tennessee’s Fifth Congressional District Shows Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles Winning By An Overwhelming Majority.

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Lawsuit Filed Against State Over Congressional Primary Residency Legislation

Shortly After Tennessee Legislators Passed A Bill That Would Enact New Residency Requirements For Candidates Of The Congressional Primary, A Federal Lawsuit Challenging The Constitutionality Of The Legislation Was Filed By Three Tennessee Residents.

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Bill To Lock Out Congressional Newcomers Faces Amendments In House

Sen. Frank Niceley’s Effort To Avoid An “Invasion” Of “Carpetbagger Republicans” In The 2022 Congressional Races Could Hit A Stumbling Block In The House.

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Cooper To Retire After Nashville Split Three Ways

Democratic U.S. Representative Jim Cooper Has Announced That He Will Not Seek Re-Election Next Year After 32 Years In Office. This Decision Came After Nashville (District 5) Was Split Between Three Districts Due To Recent Redistricting.

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GOP Event Features Speakers From Turning Point USA, Office Of Gov. Lee, TN Young Republicans

On Tuesday, August 17th, The Marshall County Republican Party Will Have Their August Meeting That Will Feature Guest Speakers Cassidy Riley Smith, Field Representative Of Turning Point USA, Connor McDonald, Secretary Of Tennessee Young Republicans And Joseph Williams, Director Of External Affairs From The Office Of Governor Bill Lee.

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Griffey, Pody And Heins To Speak At Marshall County GOP Event

The Marshall County, TN Republican Party’s July Meeting Will Feature Guest Speakers State Representative Bruce Griffey, State Senator Mark Pody And Conservative Activist Lona Heins. 

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TennCare Fraud Cases Again On The Rise After Recent Decline

The Number Of TennCare Fraud Cases For May And June Stand At 6 Cases Per Month, Which Match The Highest Number Of The Year So Far, Set In March.

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Tennessee Department of Education Selects Districts for Literacy Networks

On Monday, The Tennessee Department Of Education Announced The 48 Districts They Selected To Partake In The New Literacy Implementation Network. The Network Is Part Of The State’s Reading 360 Initiative, Put In Place To Improve The Reading Skills Of K-12 Students Across The State.

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