Hagerty Op-ed: Why ‘For the People Act’ Would Disenfranchise Tennessee Voters

It’s An Unprecedented, Unconstitutional, And Un-American Power Grab That Would Disenfranchise Every Tennessean. Tennessee’s State Representatives Would No Longer Set Tennessee’s Election Rules, As The Founding Fathers Envisioned. And This Partisan Legislation Would Open The Floodgates To Illegally Cast Votes, Thereby Washing Away Lawful Votes And Jeopardizing Our System Of Representative Government.

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Right-To-Work Constitutional Amendment Goes To Tennessee Voters

The Tennessee House Voted Thursday To Add A Right-To-Work Amendment To The State Constitution, Giving Voters The Chance To Decide Its Fate.

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Tennessee Bill Seeks Increased Accountability For Local Governments Considering Tax Hikes

House Bill 1315 Directs Tennessee’s Advisory Commission On Intergovernmental Relations To Conduct A Study On The Use Of A Voter Referendum To Approve Significant Tax Increases.

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Collegiate Student Athlete Advisory Committees Propose Election Day as Federal Holiday For Everyone

In 2020, The SAAC Received Unanimous Approval For Legislation That Required DI Schools To Make Election Day A Complete Day Off From Any Required Competitions, Practice Or Meetings. This Spurred Them On To Create An Initiative To Bring This Opportunity To Everyone – Not Just Athletes.

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Democrats Flip 1 Seat In Tennessee Senate; Republican Supermajority Holds

Democrats gained one seat in the state Senate, but Republicans maintained a supermajority in the Tennessee Legislature after 3 million Tennesseans cast votes in Tuesday’s election, shattering the previous record of 2.6 million votes set in the 2008 presidential election.

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