Conservative Representative Bryan Richey Running For Tennessee Senate: A Look At His Voting Record

Conservative Representative Bryan Richey (R-Maryville-District 20) Is Running For State Senate District 2 In The Republican Primary Slated For August 1st, 2024. Richey Faces Two Republican Challengers In The Primary In A District Which Represents Blount, Monroe, Polk, And Part Of Bradley Counties.

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RINOs Rally Behind Establishment Candidate Tom Hatcher

Based On Campaign Contributions, Establishment Republicans Have A Clear Favorite In The Pool Of Candidates For Tennessee’s District 2 Senate Seat.

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The Tennessee Conservative Endorses Stephen Hatchett For District Attorney General 10th Judicial District

The Tennessee Conservative Is Officially Endorsing Stephen Hatchett For District Attorney General For The 10th Judicial District Comprising The Counties Of Bradley, McMinn, Monroe, And Polk.

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Tennessee To Hand Out $185M In Broadband Grants With Federal Funds

Tennessee Plans To Hand Out $185 Million In Broadband Grants From Federal Funds Assigned To The Tennessee Department Of Economic And Community Development.

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Tennessee School Districts Lose Title I Money Amid Shifts Stemming From Federal Audit

Some Tennessee School Districts Lost Title I Federal Funding Last Week Abruptly And Without Clear Explanation From The Tennessee Department Of Education.

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Isn’t The Republican Party Supposed To Stand For Election Integrity?

Last Month, I Ran As A Write-In Candidate For The Tennessee Republican Party State Executive Committee In District 2—A Position That No One Else Wanted—And Garnered Over 300 Votes By GOP Primary Voters On Election Day. Over A Month Later, On September 7, I Discovered That The “Club” Doesn’t Want Me As A Member. The SEC, Sitting As The “State Primary Board,” Purported To Nullify My Election, After The Votes Were Cast On August 4 And Certified By The Secretary Of State On September 1. Retroactive Nullification Of Elections–A Hallmark Of Banana Republics—Is Common In The Third World But Not A Typical Feature Of American Politics.

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TN Secretary Of State, Elections Coordinator Will Not Intervene In The Nullification Of State Election Results

Following The Decision By The SEC To Nullify His Election Results, Mark Pulliam Reached Out To Tennessee Secretary Of State, Tre Hargett And Elections Coordinator, Mark Goins For Their Immediate Consideration And Action On The Issue. However, Goins Replied That He Nor The Secretary Of State Will Intervene, Calling The Matter An Internal, Intra-Party Dispute.

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TN RINOs Weaponize Registry of Election Finance, Scott Golden Disenfranchises Voters, University Wokeism, Banning Books, VA Abortions + More! -TennCon’s Big 7

1) GOP Leadership Disenfranchises Blount, Polk County Voters In “Childish Display”
2) Conservative Candidate’s Campaign To Be Audited With No Evidence, Complaints Filed Prior To Decision
3) State Rep Calls Out Publicly Funded Universities For False Statements Regarding LGBTQ Title IX Protections
4) Conservative Parents Say It’s Not About “Banning Books” But Protecting Children From Oversexualization
5) VA Hospitals In Tennessee May Soon Provide Abortions, Counseling For Veterans
6) “Catholic” Drag Queen Takes Money From Children During Show Hosted By Publicly Funded University
7) Tennessee Set To Approve 6 New Taxpayer-Funded, Million-Dollar Economic Incentive Grants

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GOP Leadership Disenfranchises Blount, Polk County Voters In “Childish Display”

Last Night (September 7th, 2022), The Tennessee GOP’s State Executive Committee (SEC) Met To Discuss Committeeman-Elect Mark Pulliam’s Write-In Win For The District 2 SEC Seat, Ultimately Voting To Invalidate His Election In A Meeting That The Tennessee Conservative’s Brandon Lewis Calls An, “Embarrassing, Childish Display.”

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