State Moves To Secure Elections In Tennessee Enraging Democrats In The Process

Tennessee’s Coordinator Of Elections, Mark Goins, Recently Sent Out 14,000 Letters In A Bid To Secure The State’s Elections But Leaders Of The Democratic Party In The Tennessee General Assembly Are Enraged And Demanding Answers From The Secretary Of State.

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Tennessee Along With 10 States Urge Supreme Court To Overrule Colorado In Trump Ballot Case

The U.S. Constitution Can’t Be Used By A State To Remove A Candidate From Its Presidential Primary Ballot, According To A Brief Filed With The U.S. Supreme Court In A Case Involving Colorado And Republican Candidate Donald Trump.

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Tennessee Secretary Of State Issues Blank Check To Libraries Across State With No Guidelines For Age Appropriateness

The Office Of Tennessee Secretary Of State, Tre Hargett, Has Issued A Blank Check To Libraries Across The Volunteer State With No Guidelines For Age Appropriateness Which Leaves Them To Be Influenced By Progressive Library Organizations Like The American Library Association And Its Counterparts.

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Gov. Lee To Decide On Tennessee Airports, Teacher Pay And Sports Gambling Bills

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Will Be Facing A Decision On Whether To Sign Several Key Pieces Of Legislation This Week That Were Sent To Him May 9, Following The End Of The Legislative Session.

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Resolution To Fund Additional Voting Machines In Williamson County Fails In County Commission By One Vote

This Week, The Williamson County Commission Voted On A Resolution Requesting The Remainder Of The Funds That The Williamson County Elections Commission Were Short On To Purchase New Voting Machines Before The Upcoming Election Year. The Resolution Failed.

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Bill To Transfer Secretary Of State Power To State Party Chair Heads To House Committee

This Week, A Bill That Would Transfer A Power Never Wielded Before By A State Political Party’s Chair Will Be Heard Before The House Local Government Committee.

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How Regular Tennessee Residents Were Forced To Become A Political Action Committee

Ordinary Tennessee Residents Living In White County Have Been Forced To Identify And Register Themselves As Political Action Committee (PAC), Despite Not Being Affiliated With Any Specific Group Or Organization.

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Legislation Filed To Limit Foreign Ownership Of Tennessee Property

Two Republican Legislators Have Filed Companion Bills In The Tennessee Legislature To Prohibit Foreign Ownership Of Real Property In Tennessee By Nonresident Aliens And Foreign Entities.

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Tennesseans Can Report Voter Fraud By Text Or By Calling Hotline

Whether Early Voting, Or Voting In Person On November 8th, Tennesseans Can Call A Toll-Free Number To Report Any Issues That They Find At The Polls.

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Volunteer State Political Madness & 3rd Graders Held Back – Brandon Lewis On The Alex Abernathy Show

Brandon Lewis, Founder Of The Tennessee Conservative, Joins The Alex Abernathy Show To Discuss A State Retention Law That Could Force MNPS To Retain Nearly Three-Fourths Of Third Graders And How The TDOE Has Delayed Plans To Score Public Schools For The Fifth-Straight Year.

They Go On To Discuss How The TN Secretary Of State And The State Elections Coordinator Will Not Intervene In The Nullification Of State Election Results. They Close By Discussing How A Conservative Candidate’s Campaign Is Going To Be Audited With No Evidence Or Complaints Filed Prior To The Decision.

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