Laurie Cardoza Moore on Her Run for State House District 63: ‘I Am Not Controlled by Special Interest Groups or Big Money Donors’

On Monday, Laurie Cardoza Moore’s campaign shared a statement with The Tennessee Star that talks about why she is running for the Tennessee House of Representatives in the August 4 Republican primary and emphasizes her conservative credentials.

“As a concerned American and strong constitutionalist, I could simply not remain seated on the sidelines and watching the nation I love being destroyed, our rights and freedoms being threatened and our Judeo-Christian values being trampled underfoot by enemies, both internal and external. This is what propelled me to move forward in my run for the 63rd I am not controlled by special interest groups or big money donors,” she said.

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Newly Drawn House District 35 Republican Primary Includes a Former Registered Democrat and an Out-of-District Candidate

The Sumner and Trousdale County newly drawn Tennessee House District 35 Republican primary is a three-way race with one of the candidates being a registered Democrat in another state and another living out of the district.

The State House District 35 seat was held by conservative Republican Representative Jerry Sexton until the recent redistricting, which put Sexton in House District 10 currently held by Representative Rick Eldridge (R-Morristown). The new District 35 encompasses the portions of Sumner and Trousdale Counties that has been represented by Terri Lynn Weaver (R-Lancaster).

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