Tennessee Breaks Records With New Business Filings

New Business Filings In The Second Quarter Of 2021 Grew A Remarkable 61.6 Percent From Second Quarter Filings In 2020. This Marks The Second Quarter In A Row Where Tennessee Broke The Previous Record Of Year-Over-Year Gain In The 28-Year History Of The Data Being Collected.

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Tennessee’s Public Universities To Host Voter Registration Tailgates

As Tennessee’s Nine Division I Public Universities Gear Up For Football Season, They Are Also Working With The Secretary Of State’s Office To Hold A Voter Registration Drive During The Tailgate Before A Home Game At Each School. 

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Building Commission Expected To Vote In Favor Of Removing Forrest Bust From Capitol (Update)

The State Building Commission voted on Thursday, giving final approval for the relocation of the bust of Nathan Bedford Forrest from the Capitol to the Tennessee State Museum.

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Blackburn Op-Ed: The Assault On One Person, One Vote

As Parents, We Tell Our Kids That Their Voice Matters. We Teach Them About The Importance Of Maintaining A Free And Open Democracy And The Inviolable Promise Of “One Person, One Vote.” But As Congressional Democrats’ Latest Attempt To Upend The American Electoral System Revealed, The Foundations Of Our Republic Are More Vulnerable Than They Seem.

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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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Governor Lee’s Administration Works With Biden Team On Covid Strategies

Lee said he hopes the Biden administration will help provide COVID-19 relief to Tennesseans stating that Tennessee faces a limited supply of vaccines and high positivity rate for new cases.

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Tennessee Crushes First-day Early Voting Turnout Record

A total of 273,325 in-person and absentee votes have been cast by Tennesseans – a 91% increase in voter turnout over the first day of early voting in the 2016 presidential election and a 120% increase in turnout over the first day of early voting in 2012.

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