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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July 5th Is The Registration Deadline To Vote In Tennessee’s August 4th Election

Tennesseans Who Want To Cast A Ballot In The Aug. 4 State And Federal Primary & State And County General Election Must Register Or Update Their Voter Registration Before The Voter Registration Deadline On Tuesday, July 5th.

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Lawmakers Won’t Seek Hargett’s Resignation Following DUI Arrest

Tennessee’s Legislative Leaders Might Have Been Caught Off Guard By Republican Secretary Of State Tre Hargett’s DUI Charge After Bonnaroo Friday Night, But They Aren’t Calling For His Head.

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Starbuck Granted Injunction, Back On District 5 Congressional Ballot

Robby Starbuck Was Ordered To Be Placed Back On The Republican Ballot For The Aug. 4 Primary In The 5th Congressional District In Tennessee After A Judge Granted His Request For A Temporary Injunction On Friday Night.

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Federal Judge Denies Starbuck’s Request To Get Back On The Ballot In Tennessee Congressional Race

A Federal Judge Denied 5th Congressional District Candidate Robby Starbuck’s Attempt To Get Back Onto The Aug. 4 Republican Primary Ballot.

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Starbuck Sues Tennessee GOP And Election Officials Over Removal From The District 5 Ballot

Conservative Republican Robby Starbuck, Who Was Barred By The Tennessee GOP From Running In The District 5 Republican Primary For The U.S. House, Has Filed Suit Against GOP Chair Scott Golden, Tennessee Secretary Of State Tre Hargett And State Coordinator Of Elections, Mark Goins.

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TN Congressional Residency Rule Becomes Law Too Late To Block Ortagus

A Bill That Would Require Congressional Candidates In Tennessee To Live In The State For Three Years Before Running In A Primary For A Federal Seat Will Become Law Without The Signature Of Gov. Bill Lee, However, The Legislation Will Not Achieve The Goal Of Some Tennessee Lawmakers To Block The Candidacy Of One Trump-Backed Candidate.

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