Why Does GOP Leadership Let Democrats Vote In Republican Primaries? INTERVIEW With Rep. Tim Rudd

Across Tennessee In Recent Local Elections, Democrats Have Partnered With RINOs To Elect Moderate, Squish Candidates… And GOP Leadership At The State-Level Continues To Allow It.

Tim Rudd, Who Served As An SEC Committeeman For Almost Two Decades And Who Is Currently The State Representative For District 34, Tells Us Exactly Why The Practice Remains In Place Despite His Opposition And Past Attempts To Change It Legislatively.

This Is The Kind Of Illogical, Jaw-Dropping Practice That Leaves Conservatives Disillusioned With The State Of GOP Politics In Tennessee.

However, All Is Not Lost. Tim Tells Us How We Might Change This Self-Defeating Practice In The Upcoming Legislative Session.

Buckle Up. You’ll Want To Hear This…

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Tennessee General Assembly Lacks Transparency According To Investigation

An Investigation Has Discovered A Lack Of Transparency In The Tennessee Legislature Regarding Amendments To Bills Brought Up In Committees, Among Other Issues.

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TN House Adds Construction Reporting Requirement At Ford’s Blue Oval City

An Amended Bill Requiring The Review Of Any Construction Contracts With Companies Building At The Ford Blue Oval Megasite In West Tennessee Passed The House, 69-22, On Thursday.

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Bill To Establish Verifiable Paper Trail For TN Ballots Fails In House Subcommittee (Update 3/24/22)

A Bill Aimed At Reestablishing Trust In Tennessee Elections Was Debated In The House Elections And Campaign Finance Subcommittee On March 16th And Failed In A 7-0 Vote Due To Concerns About Perceived Implementation Costs.

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Bill To Block Congressional Newcomers Passes House Committee; Raises Constitutional Concerns

An Amended Tennessee Bill That Originally Would Have Stymied The Campaigns Of District 5 Republican Candidates Robby Starbuck And Morgan Ortagus, Has Been Passed Out Of The House Local Government Committee And Now Heads To The House Floor For A Vote.

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House K-12 Committee To Discuss Bill Allowing More Public Speakers At School Board Meetings

House Bill 1880 Would Require School Boards To Allow At Least Ten People To Speak During Public Meetings. The Bill Is On The February 15th Agenda For The House K-12 Subcommittee.

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