Post Tagged with: "Republican"

Republicans Celebrate Wins, Prepare for 2012 Election at Statesmen’s Dinner

by / on July 16, 2011

The Tennessee GOP took a verbal victory lap and prepared for the presidential election at the party’s annual gathering and fund raiser Friday night.

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GOP Makes Push for Poll Workers in Nashville

by / on September 21, 2009

Of the 1,500 poll workers in Davidson County, Republicans are outnumbered four-to-one by Democrats. Now GOP members of the Election Commission are making a recruiting push.

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Alexander Calls End-of-Life Provisions a Danger

by / on September 1, 2009

Tennessee Republican Lamar Alexander says it’s dangerous to write laws dealing with end of life decisions.

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Wamp Won’t Refute “Death Panel” Claims

by / on August 31, 2009

Chattanooga Republican Zach Wamp dodged the question Monday when asked whether the plan to overhaul health care would set up “death panels.”

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Gubernatorial Candidates Take on Budget, Vouchers

Gubernatorial Candidates Take on Budget, Vouchers

by / on August 26, 2009

The four Republican candidates running for governor all took vows not to support a state income tax and answered how they’d deal the growing budget deficit Wednesday.

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Senator Paul Stanley Resigns

by / on July 28, 2009

Germantown Republican Paul Stanley will leave the state senate early next month.

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GOP Candidates Compete for Money, Recognition

GOP Candidates Compete for Money, Recognition

by / on July 28, 2009

The race for the Republican gubernatorial nomination is a four-way competition for money and name recognition.

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Sessions Says Empathy Equals Bias

by / on July 26, 2009

Speaking in Nashville this weekend, a key Republican questioned the President’s rationale for nominating Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court.

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Alexander Votes Against Health Care Plan, in Partisan Committee Vote – Capitol News Connection

by / on July 15, 2009

The Senate Health Committee approved a bill to overhaul the nation’s health care system today. It passed without Senator Lamar Alexander’s vote.

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