The Shelby County Election Commission Is Seemingly Doing Its Best To Try And Confront The Lagging Confidence In Our Elections System By Hosting A Public Inspection Of The Voting Machines That Will Be Made Available To Voters In Just 10 Short Days When Early Voting Begins In Memphis.Read more
1) Williamson County To Purchase Voting Machines Despite Public Outcry
2) Crossville Man Arrested For Protesting Pride Parade
3) Tennessee Representative Introduces Articles of Impeachment Against Biden and Harris
4) TN Bureau Of Ethics And Campaign Finance Denies “Intent” Of Failed Bill Was To Censor News Outlets And Advocacy Groups
5) Tennessee Students Learned More In Math & Reading At Charter Schools, Report Says
6) Nashville Shooter’s Parents Want To Release the “Manifesto” To Covenant School Families
6A) Covenant School Shooter’s Autopsy Shows No Request For Testing For Prescription Medications
7) Tennessee Court Upholds Employee Rights To Petition Lawmakers In BlueCross BlueShield Case
The Williamson County Commission Voted Monday Night To Fund The Purchase Of ES&S Electronic Voting Machines, A Purchase They Previously Voted Down After Public Outcry.Read more
Concerned And Informed Williamson County Citizens Have Been Asking The Williamson County Election Commission For Increased Election Transparency And Integrity For The Last Few Years. The WCEC Has Continued To Promote A One-Sided Narrative Failing To Objectively Evaluate More Effective And More Reliable Options.Read more
I Moved To TN As A Political Refugee, From A State That Paid Little Heed To Our Constitution.
First, I Looked Hard At TX, SC, GA, And AL. I Chose TN And Was Thrilled When I Arrived. The People Were Courteous And Friendly. Their Children Helped Open Doors For Me, And Said Please And Thank You. Little Stuff, I Know, But Tn Felt, To Me, Like What America Used To Be.
Since I’ve Come, And Observed Tennessee Conservatism More Closely, I Am Finding Things I’d Hoped Never To See.
The Sumner County Elections Commission Filed A Lawsuit Against The Sumner County Commission Over The Use Of A Building Owned By The County. The Mostly Newly Elected Sumner County Commission Has Determined That The Elections Commission Doesn’t Need A Larger Building And 250 Brand New Machines To Fulfill Their Duty To Carry Out A Free And Fair Election.Read more
This Week, The Williamson County Commission Voted On A Resolution Requesting The Remainder Of The Funds That The Williamson County Elections Commission Were Short On To Purchase New Voting Machines Before The Upcoming Election Year. The Resolution Failed.Read more
Next Week, The Williamson County Election Commission Will Attend The Monthly Meeting Of The Williamson County Commission And Request The Necessary Funds For The Purchase Of Voting Machines That Voter Integrity Grassroots Groups Describe As “Vulnerable” To Corruption And Mechanical Mishap, Sacrificing The Integrity Of Election Outcomes.Read more
Williamson County Election Officials Are Considering A Purchase Of Voter Tabulating Machines At A Cost Of $2.2 Million Taxpayer Dollars. However, Voter Integrity Advocates Say There Is A Cheaper And Safer Alternative.Read more
While The Williamson County Election Commission Is Rushing To Sign A Contract To Purchase New Election Voting Equipment For County Elections, A Citizen-Driven Group Is Trying To Slow Down The Process So That Greater Due Diligence, Fiduciary Cost Studies And A Comprehensive Appraisal Of Current Voting Machine-Heavy Systems And Other Voting Systems Involving Hand-Marked Paper Ballots And People Can Be Studied.Read more