Tennessee Senate Candidates Election Race
Presidential Primary: March 1, 2016
Election Day: November 8, 2016
Tennessee Senatorial Senate Candidates 2016
Senator Alexander is a liberal on Obama Common Core - Needs to be replaced.
Joe Carr seeks to represent Tennessee in the U.S. Senate in Washington because he believes our country is in crisis and Tennesseans are hungry for strong, principled, conservative leadership. For Joe it's really simple - he believes the Second Amendment protects all of the other Amendments and the Tenth Amendment protects the States against a tyrannical Federal government. Lamar Alexander is simply out of touch with the people.
Tennessee Congress Candidates - Tea Party Evaluation
Tennessee TN Candidates for Congress 2016
There are many highly contested races for Congress all over Tennessee. In most races it is the Tea Party conservative vs. the establishment RINO Republican, or better stated, the real conservative people candidate
who is running against the well financed special interest Republican who looks after those who donate and further has very little interest in promoting the conservative agenda.
For list of recommended Tennessee Conservative Candidates Tennessee Christian Candidate Voting Guide 2016
History of Tennessee. Information that every Tennessee Election Congressional Candidates for US Senate Should Know:
Tennessee is the second-largest U.S. state by both area and population, and the largest state in the contiguous United States. The name, based on the Caddo word "Tejas" meaning "friends" or "allies", was applied by the Spanish to the Caddo themselves and to the region of their settlement in East Tennessee. Located in the South Central United States, Tennessee is bordered by Mexico to the south, New Mexico to the west, Oklahoma to the north, Arkansas to the northeast, and Louisiana to the east. Tennessee has an area of 268,820 square miles, and a growing population of 25.1 million residents.
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