How Election Integrity Is Being Compromised In Tennessee [Interview with Kathy Harms]

Working Alongside Of Statisticians, IT Specialists, Cyber Security Experts, And Legislators, Kathy Harms Has Discovered That, Despite Good Intentions, The Current Voting Systems In Tennessee Contain Significant Vulnerabilities. Kathy And Those She Works With Believe That Elections Are For The People, Not The State – Nor Special Interests And That Elections Should Be Fair And Transparent. Kathy Says Those In Charge Of These Processes Need To Be Reminded That The Vote Belongs To The People. Kathy Joins Me Today To Discuss Election Integrity Specifically As It Pertains To The Volunteer State.

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Oversight Republicans To Force Out Hunter Biden Documents Citing ‘National Security Threat’

Republicans On The House Oversight Committee Are Taking Up A Resolution Tuesday That Could Force The Release Of Documents Related To Hunter Biden That They Say The Biden Administration Is Wrongly Withholding From The Committee’s Investigation.

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Breakdown Of Williamson County Special Nomination Convention For District 7 Commissioner (Op-Ed)

Williamson County District 7 Voters Were Shocked And Saddened To Learn Long Time County Commissioner Bert Chalfant Passed Away On August 24th. His Passing Set In Motion An Accelerated Republican Nomination Process For The November 8th Special Election, Culminating In Chris Richards’ Tuesday Night Victory Over Former Commissioner Bobby Hullett At The Cool Springs Marriott Convention Center.
There Is Much More To This Story Than A Quick, Intense And Surprisingly High Visibility Campaign. The Main Story Involves The Convention Itself And The Planning Thereof.

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Heritage Foundation Ranks Tennessee 10th In Education Freedom

Tennessee Ranked 10th For Education Freedom In A New Report Card From The Heritage Foundation. The Report Card Took Into Account How States Support Education Choice, Regulatory Freedom, Academic Transparency And Return On Investment For Spending.

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Tennessee School Safety Update

Yesterday, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee Released An Update On Actions The Administration Has Taken To Enhance School Safety Following Executive Order 97, Which Directed State Agencies To Engage Parents, Increase Transparency And Collaborate With Local Law Enforcement And School Districts.

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Tennessee Representative Fights For More Transparency In The House

During The Conservative Brain Trust Panel At The Tennessee Freedom Summit Last Saturday, August 20th In Nashville, Representative Chris Todd Said That He And The Legislature Are Working To Increase Transparency For Those Citizens Seeking To Follow Legislation In The Tennessee House.

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Non-Profit Report Gives Low Scores To Bottom 4 Tennessee GOP Senators

The Tennessee Legislative Report Card (TLRC) Has Given Senators Richard Briggs, Todd Gardenhire, Ken Yager, And Jack Johnson The Lowest Rankings Of All Republican Senators In The Tennessee General Assembly.

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CORRECTION: Retiring TN Rep Says “Lack of Transparency Major Issue in the Tennessee House”

Retiring Representative David Byrd (R-Waynesboro-District 71) Told The Tennessee Conservative That Many Legislators “Hide Behind” The Lack Of Roll Call Votes When They Don’t Want The Public To Know Their Stance On A Piece Of Legislation, Leading To Many Good Conservative Bills Being Killed In Subcommittees And Committees With No Official Record Made Of Who Was Responsible.

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Jefferson County Commission Addresses Transparency Issues With School Board

Jefferson County Commission Addressed An Ongoing Issue With School Transparency By Approving A Motion By Eighth District Commissioner Terry Dockery, Which Made A Non-Binding Recommendation That Jefferson County Schools Post Certain Documents On Their District Website For Citizen Access.

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