“Heated” Race Between Tennessee Senate Candidates Harshbarger & Lundberg Continues With More Accusations Of Possible Campaign Finance Violations

The Race For The District 4 Seat In The Tennessee Senate Is Shaping Up To Be What Some Call “One Of The Most Heated Races,” As Bobby Harshbarger Battles Incumbent State Senator Jon Lundberg.

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“Gun Reform” PAC Donates $35K To Tennessee RINO Leadership

The Gun-Reform Group Voices For A Safer Tennessee Donated About $60,000 To State Lawmakers Ahead Of This Year’s Election, With Around 80% Of The Money Going To Republicans Including House Speaker Cameron Sexton, Lt. Gov. Randy McNally, House Majority Leader William Lamberth, Senate Caucus Chair Ken Yager And State Reps. Andrew Farmer, Mark White And John Gillespie.

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Tennessee Lieutenant Governor Supports Removal Of Shelby County District Attorney

Tennessee’s Lieutenant Governor Is Backing Memphis State Senator Brent Taylor’s Move To Force The Ouster Of Shelby County’s Prosecutor For “Dereliction Of Duty” In Connection With Felons Caught Carrying Weapons.

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“Frantic Ferrell” Calls Out The Mob

It’s A Dark Day In District 18 Politics As The Very Close Associates Of “Frantic Ferrell” Have Unleashed A Series Of False Assertions About Chris Spencer, Haile’s Republican Opponent In The District 18 Tennessee Senate Primary.

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Tennessee Republicans Respond To Trump’s Unjust Guilty Verdict

Tennessee Republicans Across The State And The Nation Issued Responses Following Former President Donald Trump’s Recent Conviction On 34 Felony Charges In New York, Expressing Disappointment And Outrage.

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Late Session Tennessee Bills Make Way Through Signing Process

A Stack Of Late-Session Bills Is Making Its Way Through The Signing Process Before They Can Become Law In Tennessee. Bills Must Pass The Legislature, Get Enrolled And Signed By House Speaker Cameron Sexton And Lieutenant Gov. Randy McNally Before Being Sent To Lee.

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State Senate Candidate Bobby Harshbarger Releases Statement On Sen. Jon Lundberg’s Failure To Ban Pride Flags From Tennessee Classrooms

Conservative Candidate Bobby Harshbarger For Tennessee Senate District 4 Said, “I Am Sickened And Worried At Jon Lundberg And The Senate’s Inability To Protect Our Children From Radical Indoctrination. The Classroom Is No Place For Extreme Gender Ideology. Lundberg Is Quick To Tout His Position In Leadership, Why Didn’t He Use His Leadership To Protect Our Children? “

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12 Republican Senators Allow Gay Pride Flags in Tennessee Schools Ahead of Election (Update 4.25.24)

A Tennessee Bill That Would Ban The Display Of Pride Flags – And Other Flags That Are Ideological Or Political In Nature – Did Not Pass On The Senate Floor On Tuesday. The Roll Call Vote Of 13 To 6 Failed To Gain A Constitutional Majority Of 17 Votes.

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Tennessee House Set To Discuss Concealed Carry For School Employees

A Bill That Would Allow Qualified Employees To Concealed Carry Firearms In A School Is Scheduled To Be Discussed By The Tennessee House On Wednesday.

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Tennessee Statewide School Voucher Plan Stalls As Legislature Enters Final Weeks

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee’s Push To Create A Statewide School Voucher System Is Running Out Of Time As Republican Lawmakers Work To Reconcile Significantly Different Proposals And Iron Out Disagreements Over Student Testing Requirements.

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