Less Than A Quarter Of Registered Voters Will Likely Decide Races In Today’s Election

According To The Secretary Of State’s Website, Just 11% Of Registered Tennessee Voters Have Voted Early Or Absentee So Far In Today’s Election; 132,720 Fewer Voters Than This Time Two Years Ago. Out Of The 4,210,456 Registered Voters In The State Only 477,873 Have Already Voted.

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Davidson County Democrats Invest Heavily in Contested School Board Elections

Last Week, Members Of The Davidson County Democratic Party Voted To Spend $70,000 To Support Four Democrats In Highly Contested School Board Races. This Amount Is Almost As High As The Amount Spent By All Of The Candidates From All Parties So Far In This Election.

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School Board Members Who Disagree With Partisan Elections Connected To UnifiED

Several Hamilton County School Board Members Spoke Out Against Partisan School Board Races Back In October’s Special Session When The Tennessee General Assembly Voted To Pass A Bill That Allowed County Political Parties To Hold Primaries. These Same School Board Members Received Donations To Run For School Board From…

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Wilson County To Hold Primary For School Board Races

In A Social Media Post On Thursday, Brad Lytle, Chairman Of The Wilson County Republican Party Of TN Announced That Wilson County Will Have A Republican Primary For School Board May 3rd 2022.

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This Week’s Top Stories For Conservatives In Tennessee – 11.19.21

BREAKING: Kyle Rittenhouse NOT GUILTY on ALL CHARGES!

1) Maury County Mayor Issues State of Emergency, Vows To Protect Freedoms
2) Illegal Immigration Study Committee Confirms Feds Running Resettlement Program With Zero Transparency
3) Lee Signs Sweeping Medical Freedom Bill Into Law
4) New Legislation To Be Filed To Protect TN Election Integrity
5) Williamson County School Board Mutes Parents Reading From Graphic School Library Books
6) Not All Republicans In TN General Assembly On Board With Partisan School Board Elections
7) OSHA Halts Implementation Of Workplace Federal Mandate After Court Order

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Not All Republicans In TN General Assembly On Board With Partisan School Board Elections

Some Republicans And School Board Advocates Are Questioning A New State Law That Will Allow Local Tennessee School Board Elections To Become Partisan.

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Top 7 News Stories This Week For Conservatives In Tennessee! – Nov 5th Edition

1) Legislature Passes Late Night C0VID Omnibus Bill; Allows Ford To Require Masks
2) TN Legislature Takes Discretion From District Attorneys General & Pass Bill To Allow Partisan School Board Elections
3) 800 BCBS Employees Will Lose Jobs If Lee Doesn’t Sign Medical Freedom Bill
4) Business Groups Upset With Special Session Outcome
5) Nashville Liberals Angry Medical Freedom Is Partly Restored for Residents
6) TN Textbook Commissioner Calls For Investigation Of Hiring Of CRT Proponent – Rachael Maves
7) Judge Greer Denies Knox Board Of Education’s Appeal To End Mask Mandate

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Republican Lawmakers Continue Push For Partisan School Board Elections

Tennessee Legislators Worked To Advance Proposed Legislation On Thursday That Would Restore Personal Freedoms And Place Limitations On The Power Of School Officials, The Health Department, And Businesses To Force Covid Restrictions.

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Republicans Ram Spate Of Bills Through Medical Freedom Special Session

Giving Only A Few Minutes To Digest Massive Bills, Republicans Pushed Legislation Through Committees Thursday.

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