Tennessee GOP Slams ‘Duplicitous Doug’ Jones of Alabama, Who Raised Money for Phil Bredesen in Lebanon Yesterday

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The Tennessee Republican Party slammed Sen. Doug Jones (D-AL), who was in Lebanon, Tennessee yesterday raising money for Phil Bredesen’s Senate campaign at the Tennessee Democratic Party’s annual Three Star Dinner. In a statement released on Saturday, the Tennessee GOP said Jones’ fundraising activities for Bredesen should not “be surprising…

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Talk Radio Host Says Newly Elected Democratic Senator from Alabama’s Snub of Richard Shelby Signals He May Not Be As ‘Moderate’ As He Claimed

Alabama’s Yellowhammer News reported a sharp piece of analysis  on Friday by Huntsville, Alabama talk radio host Dale Jackson that shows the loyalties of newly-elected Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) lie with the national policies of liberal Democrats, not with the more conservative policies of most Alabamians, and especially his colleague…

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Trump Gives Roy Moore His Full Endorsement

President Donald Trump endorsed Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore Monday morning after hesitation, due to the multiple allegations of sexual misconduct against the Republican candidate. Trump tweeted his endorsement for Moore with a number of reasons as to why he believes it is important Moore wins the election against Democratic…

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President Trump Attacks Democrat Doug Jones in Alabama Senate Election as ‘Puppet’ to Party Leaders

U.S. President Donald Trump sped full throttle Sunday into a special Senate election in Alabama, attacking Democrat Doug Jones as a lawmaker who would be a “puppet” to party leaders if he is elected next month. In Twitter comments, Trump did not mention Republican nominee Roy Moore, accused of sexually…

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Opposition Grows Against Nashville Mayor Megan Barry’s Plans To Redevelop Fort Negley Park

  Opposition is growing against Nashville Mayor Megan Barry’s plans to open Fort Negley Park to private development. Part of Fort Negley Park was home to Greer Stadium from the late 1970s until 2015, when the Nashville Sounds minor league baseball team moved to a new stadium just north of downtown.…

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