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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My Write-In Candidacy For The GOP State Executive Committee [Op-Ed]

How Does The Local Republican Party In A County That Voted For President Trump By A 71% To 27% Margin Fail To Field A Candidate For The Tennessee GOP State Executive Committee? After The Deadline Had Closed For A Candidate To Qualify For The Ballot, With No GOP Candidate Having Filed For The Male Seat For District 2, I Decided To Run As A Write-In Candidate. Amazingly, The Local County GOP Failed To Place A Candidate On The Ballot For The GOP SEC! If You Are A Republican Voter In Blount, Polk, Or Monroe County, Please Write-In My Name, Mark Pulliam, For Republican Party State Executive Committeeman For District 2 On August 4.

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Tennessee Republican Assembly Endorses 11 Middle TN Candidates

The Tennessee Republican Assembly (TRA), A Chapter Of The National Federation Of Republican Assemblies (NFRA), Has Endorsed 11 Candidates Who Are Running For Office In Three Middle Tennessee Counties.

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Almost 98% Of Tennessee Republican Primary Voters Believe Open Primaries Should Be Closed

Many Republicans In The Volunteer State Have Voiced Significant Concerns About Crossover Voting By Democrats In Republican Primaries And, According To Our Survey, The Vast Majority Believe That Tennessee Primaries Should Be Closed.

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Conservative Republican Mark Pulliam To Be Write-In For SEC District 2

Conservative East Tennessean Mark Pulliam Filed As A Write-In Yesterday For The District 2 Tennessee Republican Party’s State Executive Committee (SEC) And His Name Will Appear On The Ballot On August 4th, 2022.

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Tennessee’s Open Primaries Invite “Crossover Raiding” In County Race

A Tactic Known As “Crossover Raiding” Involves A Voter, A Democratic Voter For Example, Choosing The Republican Ballot In Order To Vote For Someone Less Likely To Prevail Against The Democratic (Or Independent) Candidate In An Election.

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