Message to Tennessee Dem Steve Cohen (Op-Ed By Kat Stansell)

If You Live In Memphis And Approve Of Racial Divisiveness And Soaring Crime Rates, Then You’re Good; You Do Get What You Vote For – IF You Voted For This. If You Are Ready For A Real Change, Then Be A Part Of It. Get Involved To Find New Candidates Who Represent YOU, And To Ensure That Your Process Of Choice, AKA Voting, Will Truly Reflect Those Choices.

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Vanderbilt Poll Says Trump Is Tennessee’s Favorite Presidential Candidate, Even If Convicted

Tennessee Voters Prefer Donald Trump In A Presidential Vote Ahead Of Any Candidate, Even If He Were To Be Convicted Of A Felony, According To A New Vanderbilt Poll Of Statewide Issues.

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Bill Being Proposed For Upcoming Session Makes Way For Third Party Candidates In Tennessee

A New Bill Filed Recently For The Upcoming Session Of The Tennessee General Assembly Proposes A Reduction In The Number Of Signatures Required In Order For Third-Party Candidates To Qualify For Inclusion On Ballots.

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Tennessee State Officials Sued Over “Unduly Burdensome” Candidate Requirements

With An Election Year Fast Approaching, The Libertarian Party Of Tennessee Has Filed A Lawsuit Citing “Unduly Burdensome” Requirements Placed On Any Candidate Not Running As A Republican, Democrat, Or Independent.

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Pray That Tennessee’s Legislative Leaders Find Courage To Defend State’s Model Pro-Life Policies

Once Again This Week Pro-Abortion Activists And Media Outlets Around The Nation Have Focused Their Attention On Tennessee And Our Protective Pro-Life Policies. Not Surprisingly, National Public Radio Made Tennessee’s Hard-Won Pro-Life Laws A Matter Of Public Discussion In An Effort To Turn Listeners And Voters Against Tennessee Right To Life And Our Efforts To Protect Unborn Children And Their Mothers From The Abortion Industry.

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New Tennessee Law Removes Exceptions Imposed During Civil Rights Era That GOP Lawmakers Say Disenfranchise Voters In Local Elections

A New Law Will Impose Changes To The City Of Knoxville’s Local Election Process. The City Of Knoxville Is Pushing Back On The State And Investigating Legal Options In Order To Avoid Having To Make Changes.

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Why Hand-Marked Ballots Are Such A Big Deal

So Why Are Hand-Marked Paper Ballots So Important To So Many Voters? More Than 68% Of Americans Vote On Them Instead Of Ballot Marking Devices. Less Than A Third Vote On BMDS. How Come?

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Chattanooga Industrial Development Board Considers New PILOT Policy To Bypass City Council On Certain Tax Breaks

On Monday, The Chattanooga Industrial Development Board (IDB) Deferred Consideration And Potential Adoption Of A New Payment In Lieu Of Taxes (PILOT) Policy. Currently, Pilots Are Approved By The IDB And Go On To Get Final Approval From The City Council.

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