Blount County Republican Women’s President Stands By Her Principles, Resigns After Ultimatum Issued By TN RINOs

Following An Ultimatum Issued By The Tennessee Federation of Republican Women, The President Of The Blount County Republican Women’s Club Has Decided To Resign Her Post Rather Than Sacrifice Her Principles.

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TN GOP Forces Lifelong Republican To Run As Independent For Hamilton County School Board

Christine Essex Is A Lifelong Republican Who Was Forced To Run As An Independent By The Tennessee Republican Party, Potentially Costing Her The District 10 Hamilton County School Board Seat.

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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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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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TNGOP State Party Chair Mysteriously Threatens To Overturn Election Of Bona Fide Committeeman Elect

During The August 4th Election, District 2 SEC Write-In Candidate Mark Pulliam Won The Seat. Now, The Tennessee GOP’s State Party Chairman Scott Golden Has Threatened To Declare Pulliam As “Non-Bona Fide” And “Vacate” His Election Even Though Pulliam Meets All The Criteria Set Forth In The GOP Bylaws To Be An Elected Member Of The SEC.

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Tennessee Republican Party Upholds Williamson County Primary Results

The Tennessee Republican Party Executive Committee Voted To Uphold Election Results In Two Williamson County Races On Thursday During A 90-Minute Meeting−the Second Day Of A Two-Day Discussion Of The Challenges—With Committee Members Again Expressing Their Desire For Closed Primaries.

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Starbuck Granted Injunction, Back On District 5 Congressional Ballot

Robby Starbuck Was Ordered To Be Placed Back On The Republican Ballot For The Aug. 4 Primary In The 5th Congressional District In Tennessee After A Judge Granted His Request For A Temporary Injunction On Friday Night.

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Smedley Challenges Hamilton County Mayor Republican Primary Results

Hamilton County Commissioner Sabrena Smedley Has Filed A Challenge At The State Capitol Alleging That “Rampant Cross-Over Voting By The Democratic Left In Numbers Never Seen Before” Secured The Republican Primary Results For County Mayor Candidate Weston Wamp.

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