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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State To Host Town Hall Meetings To Discuss School Funding Formulas

Interested Tennesseans Will Get A Chance To Make Their Voices Heard In Regards To The State’s Funding Of Its Public Schools. The Tennessee Department Of Education Has Announced A Series Of Eight Public Town Hall Meetings As A Part Of Their Revamping Process.

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Legislature Approves Ford’s Blue Oval City, Largest Investment In State History

With Some Members Calling It A “Metamorphic Moment” For West Tennessee, The Legislature Approved A $900 Million Incentive Package For Ford Motor Co. And, Despite Criticism, Created A Board With Broad Powers To Oversee The Project.

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Ford Wines & Dines Lawmakers For Access To Your Tax Dollars

To Celebrate The Sweetheart $884 Million Deal Ford Motor Company Is Getting From Tennessee For The Construction Of The Ford Electric Truck Plant In Memphis, Members Of The Tennessee General Assembly Were Invited To Attend An Event On Monday Night, October 18th At The Hermitage Hotel In Nashville.

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Border Patrol Agents Confiscate Counterfeit Vaccine Cards Across U.S.

While Much Attention Has Been Focused On The Fallout Of Increased Illegal Immigration And Crime At The Southern Border, Customs And Border Patrol Agents Also Say They Are Routinely Finding Packages Shipped From China Containing Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Cards.

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Conservatives React To Governor Lee’s Lack Of Empathy On Vaccine Mandates

Governor Bill Lee Has Called A Special Session To Discuss Funding $500 Million In Corporate Welfare, Unveiled A New Tennessee License Plate, Released Recommendation For COVID Relief Funds And Announced Two Key Judicial Appointments. What Lee Has Not Done Is Encourage A Special Session Of The TN Legislature To Protect Tennesseans From The Federal Overreach Of Biden’s Vaccine Mandates.

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What A K-12 Funding Formula Review Could Mean In Tennessee

When Gov. Bill Lee Called For A Review of Tennessee’s Basic Education Program (BEP) Last Week, It Came After Years Of Complaints About The Public Education Funding Formula.

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With Biden And Congressional Democrats, It’s One Crisis After Another : Hagerty Op-Ed

For The Last Nine Months, President Joe Biden And The Democrats In Charge Of Congress Have Conducted A Symphony Of Incompetence. It Includes A Border Collapse, An Inflation-Fueling Spending Spree, A Resuscitated Pandemic, A Rising Crime Wave, A Near-Lapse In Government Funding And An All-Out National Security Disaster In Afghanistan. The American People Are Understandably Searching For The Concert Hall Exits.

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Stockard On The Stump: Welcome To The Green New Deal, Tennessee

Lawmakers Across The State Are Cheering The Blue Oval City Plan For The Memphis Regional Megasite, A Ford-SK Innovation Project To Build Electric Trucks And Batteries That Will Transform Southwest Tennessee.

But The $5.6 Billion Project, Which Will Lead To 5,800 Jobs, Comes With Some Teeth Grinding And Eye Rolling As Well.

In Other Words, To Land This Deal For Another Auto Manufacturer, State Leaders Are Having To Play Friendly With A Company Clearly Embracing President Joe Biden’s Green New Deal And The United Auto Workers.

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