Secretary of State Hargett Issues Guide for Election Day

Tennessee’s Secretary of State issued a last minute guide for election day in the Volunteer State. 

“Tennesseans can access voter-specific Election Day information, including polling times, locations, sample ballots, election results and more, on or the Secretary of State’s free GoVoteTN app. The GoVoteTN app is free in the App Store or Google Play,” said a the guide from Tre Hargett’s office. “On Election Day, polls in all 95 counties open at various times. A list of when polling locations open is available on All polls close at 8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST.”

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Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles Vetoes Budget Citing Negative Impact of Tax Increase

Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles sent a letter to Maury County Commission Chairman Don Morrow in which he vetoed the proposed Maury County budget for the next fiscal year citing the negative impact of the proposed tax increase as citizens deal with the Biden administration’s inflationary policies.

“I have spent a great deal of time reviewing the budget in context of the greater economic factors that are occurring in United States, from record fuel prices, inverted yield curve, collapse in commodities such as copper, and record low consumer sentiment just to name a few; some analysts are speculating that the impending recession could be worse than 2008,” said Ogles in his letter.

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Stand for Tennessee PAC Fundraising Kick-Off Features Conservative Political Office Holders and Candidates

THOMPSON’S STATION, Tennessee — The kick-off fundraising event for the Stand for Tennessee Political Action Committee (PAC), held Tuesday evening at the Homestead Manor in Thompson’s Station, featured constitutional conservative political office holders and candidates.

Chairman of the PAC, Gary Humble told The Tennessee Star that approximately 325 people attended the event, which included a taco bar dinner, dessert and refreshments as well as live entertainment by Ben Calhoun.

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Maury County Mayor Andy Ogles: Conservative Tennessee is a ‘State of Half Measures’

LOUDON, Tennessee – Andy Ogles, the outspoken Mayor of Maury County, told a group of at least 300 attendees at a Tellico Village Conservative Club meeting Wednesday that while Tennessee is one of the most conservative states in the country it is also “a state of half measures.” 

Ogles said that if asked what the greatest threat to the country is, the response would have been China, the border or the Department of Education.  That is, until after the election, when he realized that we are in a cultural and spiritual war.

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