OFF THE RECORD: Did Glen Casada Cast His Vote for Diane Black in Gubernatorial Straw Poll?

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One of The Tennessee Star’s cameras captured this interesting photograph at the annual Williamson County Republican Party BBQ in Thompson’s Station on Saturday:

House Majority Leader Glen Casada (R-Franklin) casts his vote in the Williamson County Republican Party Annual BBQ gubernatorial straw poll on Saturday.

As The Star reported earlier, Williamson County businessman Bill Lee won the straw poll at the event with 63 percent of the votes cast. State Senator Mae Beavers (R-Mt. Juliet) finished a surprising second with 26 percent of the vote, followed by Rep. Diane Black (R-TN-06) with 7 percent of the vote, Tennessee House Speaker Beth Harwell (R-Nashville), with 3 percent, and Knoxville businessman Randy Boyd with 1 percent.

House Majority Leader State Rep. Glen Casada (R-Franklin) was there and participated in the straw poll.


Congresswoman Diane Black’s name was in front of the second jar, Speaker Harwell’s name was in front of the fourth jar.

Take a close look at the second jar on the table where Majority Leader Casada is dropping in his red gumball.

In front of the second jar is the name Congresswoman Diane Black.

The name of Speaker Beth Harwell, who announced her candidacy for governor on Sunday, is in front of the fourth jar.

Glen Casada was one of many elected GOP leaders from Williamson County who attended the event.




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