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Press release from State Rep. Joshua Evans, R-Greenbrier; August 6, 2012:  By an overwhelming margin the good people of Robertson County have given me the opportunity to continue serving them, and I am very grateful. I thank God for the opportunity to go back to work representing you–today it’s time to get back to work. […]

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Statement from the Tennessee Republican Party; August 3, 2012:  NASHVILLE, TN – Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Chris Devaney tonight congratulated Republican primary winners across Tennessee and noted the higher than expected turnout in GOP primaries throughout Tennessee is an indication of the success Republicans will have in the general election on November 6th. “I want […]

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Statement from State Rep. Debra Maggart, R-Hendersonville; August 3, 2012:   Serving Sumner County in the Tennessee House of Representatives for the past eight years has been a true honor. I am proud to have been the first female Majority House Caucus Chair. I would like to thank Gov. Haslam, Lt. Gov. Ramsey, Speaker Harwell, […]

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Statement from State Rep. Joshua Evans, R-Greenbrier; August 3, 2012:  I have never taken the people of Robertson County for granted, nor did I take the outcome of the election for granted. My campaign team and I worked very, very hard. By an overwhelming margin, I have again been given me the opportunity to serve, […]

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Newsletter from Tennessee Citizen Action; August 2, 2012:   If you need actual evidence of how the new “big money in politics” climate might affect things here in Tennessee then look no further than the Democratic primary between Rep. Jeanne Richardson and Rep. John Deberry in State House District 90 in Memphis. The Chattanooga Times […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; August 1, 2012:  Debra Maggart’s “right” to be re-election in serious doubt A few weeks ago, Debra Maggart told the Tennessean (that story appears to be off line now but is referenced on other news sites) that Lt. Col. Courtney Rogers was not a “legitimate challenger”. Regardless of […]

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Press release from the Courtney Rogers Campaign for District 45; July 30, 2012:  Goodlettsville, TN—State House District 45 candidate Lt. Col. Courtney Rogers (Ret.) expressed her appreciation for the endorsement of State Senator Kerry Roberts (R-Springfield). Senator Roberts is the outgoing Senator from District 18. “I am so appreciative of the confidence placed in me […]

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Press release from the Courtney Rogers Campaign for District 45; July 30, 2012:  Goodlettsville, TN—State House District 45 candidate Lt. Col. Courtney Rogers (Ret.) asked Speaker Beth Harwell today whether Debra Maggart’s use of her State House office phone number, taxpayer-paid employees and office space as a campaign headquarters. Maggart released her official state number […]

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Press release from the Campaign for State Rep. Linda Elam, R-Mt. Juliet; July 30, 2012:  On July 25, the Linda Elam for State Representative campaign challenged Susan Lynn to meet publicly and display her new blue voter registration card, which shows that she lives in District 46, not District 57. This challenge was issued because Lynn […]

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Press release from Rep. Linda Elam, R-Mt. Juliet; July 27, 2012:  Please find below a message that was delivered to Susan Lynn on Thursday July 26th. I am awaiting her reply. Ms. Lynn, It is unfortunate that you have denied the voters of District 57 the opportunity for us to meet face to face for […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Firearms Association; July 25, 2012:  Debra Maggart has been running a radio ad claiming that Courtney Rogers has used a “loophole” to avoid disclosing on her campaign disclosures whether she had a bankruptcy discharge within 5 years of the disclosure report. The fact is that Courtney Rogers had a business […]

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Press release from Rep. Debra Maggart, R-Hendersonville; July 26, 2012:  HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn.–With election day fast approaching in Sumner County, Representative Debra Maggart (R–Hendersonville), the conservative candidate for Tennessee House of Represenatives, was pleased to receive the endorsement of a leading figure in the conservative movement. Dr. Art Laffer, the father of supply-side economics and founder […]

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