Tennessee Advisory Committee Recommends Measures That Could Compromise Election Integrity

The Tennessee Advisory Committee To The U.S. Commission On Civil Rights Issued An Interim Memorandum This Week With Guidance For Overcoming What The Committee Says Are “Barriers” To Voting Within The State.

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438 Voters Assigned Wrong Ballots In Davidson County Can Cast Provisional Ballots (Update 11.10.22)

Davidson County Voters That Were Mistakenly Assigned Ballots With The Wrong Congressional Or State House Districts Are Eligible To Cast Provisional Ballots On Election Day, November 8th.

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TN Secretary Of State Issues “Best Interest” Plea On DUI Charge

Tennessee’s Secretary Of State, Tre Hargett, Was Arrested On The Evening Of June 17th For Allegedly Driving Under The Influence After Leaving The Bonnaroo Music Festival Held In Manchester, Tennessee. Hargett Has Now Entered A “Best Interest” Plea For The DUI Charge Brought Against Him.

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TN Secretary Of State Warns Of New Scam Targeting Tennesseans

Secretary Of State Tre Hargett Is Warning Tennesseans About An Official-Looking Mailer From TN UCC Statement Service That Incorrectly Implies That Businesses Or Individuals Need A Copy Of The UCC-1 Financing Statement Filed Against Them.

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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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Isn’t The Republican Party Supposed To Stand For Election Integrity?

Last Month, I Ran As A Write-In Candidate For The Tennessee Republican Party State Executive Committee In District 2—A Position That No One Else Wanted—And Garnered Over 300 Votes By GOP Primary Voters On Election Day. Over A Month Later, On September 7, I Discovered That The “Club” Doesn’t Want Me As A Member. The SEC, Sitting As The “State Primary Board,” Purported To Nullify My Election, After The Votes Were Cast On August 4 And Certified By The Secretary Of State On September 1. Retroactive Nullification Of Elections–A Hallmark Of Banana Republics—Is Common In The Third World But Not A Typical Feature Of American Politics.

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TN Secretary Of State, Elections Coordinator Will Not Intervene In The Nullification Of State Election Results

Following The Decision By The SEC To Nullify His Election Results, Mark Pulliam Reached Out To Tennessee Secretary Of State, Tre Hargett And Elections Coordinator, Mark Goins For Their Immediate Consideration And Action On The Issue. However, Goins Replied That He Nor The Secretary Of State Will Intervene, Calling The Matter An Internal, Intra-Party Dispute.

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Local Democratic Party & Social Justice Group Offer Hotdogs As Reward For Voting, Raising Concerns Of Violations Of TN Election Codes

According to sources, Chattanooga Moms for Social Justice in partnership with the Hamilton County Democratic Party advertised an event called Cookout the Vote which raised concerns that the organizations may be violating a 2020 Tennessee code that prohibits bribing voters.

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