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Bob Ries Could Win

Conventional wisdom says Congressman Jim Cooper is a lock for re-election, but a look at the numbers may say otherwise.

While the 5th District goes Democrat in Presidential elections, in the last three… 141 more words

Tracy's Class, Carr's an A$$

A few days ago, State Senator Jim Tracy conceded his loss to embattled Congressman Scott DesJarlais after losing by just 38 votes in the August 7th Republican Primary. 138 more words

Steve Gill Swings and Misses. Again.

You’d think a guy with a law degree who once hosted a nationally syndicated talk radio program would get it right at some point. But you’d be wrong. 322 more words

Ball's a Balla

Speaking of the primaries, it seems the Democrats have nominated a high-rolling trial lawyer as their nominee for U.S. Senate.  You’d think the vetting process of the primary would weed this stuff out, but we’ve already concluded that the TNDP is irrelevant. 60 more words

Now that the Primaries are over...

Volunteer Politics is Tennessee’s source for Conservative Republican news and information, unbiased by the personal agenda of some other sources.  It is Tennessee Politics the  1,047 more words

Danny Page receives support in his challenge to Lamar Alexander for U.S. Senate

Half of the 6 GOP challengers to Senator Lamar Alexander have come forward to support Independent US Senate candidate Danny Page in November’s General Election. Page spent the first part of the week in the Knoxville area shoring up endorsements, support, and rallying liberty lovers. 93 more words


'That was fast'; After primary win, 'shameless liar' Lamar Alexander renews push for amnesty

The dust has barely settled since Sen. Lamar Alexander beat back a strong challenge from Joe Carr in Tennessee’s Republican primary. Yet here he is, once again, talking up the need for a “comprehensive immigration reform” bill. 272 more words

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