Susan Lynn

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 State Rep. Linda Elam, R-Mt. Juliet; July 23, 2012:  Poor Voting Record Probably the Reason State Representative Linda Elam issued a debate challenge last week to her opponent, Susan Lynn, in hopes to provide the voters of Wilson County an opportunity to hear from the candidates on the issues. The challenge was […]

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Republican Susan Lynn is challenging Rep. Linda Elam in one of the most closely watched House primary races this year. Lynn held the state House District 57 seat for eight years. To prevail in August, she will have to beat back an opponent with strong backing from her fellow Republican lawmakers.

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Press Release from former Rep. Susan Lynn, R-Mt. Juliet; Sept. 1, 2011:  Nashville – Former State Representative Susan Lynn will announce this morning at 9am that she will be hosting her own radio program on 880 am The Big Mouth starting Labor Day, Monday, September 5, 2011. Her announcement will take place on the Big […]

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Press Release from Education Public Policy Consulting, Former Republican Rep. Susan Lynn of Mt. Juliet; March 27, 2011: Public Notice Bill Panned by Former Colleague Senate Bill 115 by Senator Stacey Campfield is being met with objections from EPPC, a non-profit public policy organization in Tennessee. The bill, which sets up a pilot project that […]

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School of Bloc

by danielpotter on January 25, 2011

Tennessee’s tea partiers are taking introductory courses on the dos & don’t and ins & outs of getting things done in the General Assembly.

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Phil Bredesen is tapping people for 34 different industry-oversight and policy-guidance bodies, many of which haven’t convened in months. But Gov.-elect Bill Haslam isn’t particularly bothered by the slots being filled at this late stage of the outgoing administration’s game.

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As results from across the state come in, the GOP appears to be poised for a 63-35-1 majority in the state House, Post Politics says. One of those GOP seats will be held by Metro Councilman Jim Gotto, of Hermitage, who defeated fellow Councilman Sam Coleman, of Antioch. Gotto won in the 60th District, which […]

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The train is bringing in fewer customer-generated dollars than before the Regional Transportation Authority handed management of the project over to an outside non-profit company. Sen. Diane Black and Mt. Juliet Mayor Linda Elam nonetheless count themselves as big supporters.

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And a Democrat in the state Senate Dist. 17 race is capitalizing on the region’s long list of decrepit state bridges, too, promising the issue will live on long past primary election day Aug. 5.

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Press Release from Mae Beavers for Senate; July 20, 2010: An Instance on Where Talk is Cheap, the Facts Matter – Senator Mae Beavers on the TN Health Freedom Act Mt. Juliet, TN – This week, Sen. Mae Beavers’ opponent sent out another press release attacking Sen. Beavers regarding the Tennessee Health Freedom Act, a […]

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