It is a new day in politics. Our party has a new leader on the federal district level, the state level and national level. Congratulations again to Congressman David Kustoff, State Chairman Scott Golden and President-elect Donald Trump. We are also proud of the recent elections that resulted in State Representative Jimmy Eldridge and Register of Deeds Angie Byers maintaining office.
Our continued success at home rests on your participation.
Our Reagan Day dinner is our major fund raising event. The date is February 10 at 6:00 pm. Congressman David Kustoff will be our keynote speaker. There will be several surprises in store.
Go to www.mcrptn.com to purchase your table, or if you are smart, you will join in membership on a level 3 option and receive your membership card, car decal, MCRP cap and a premium table at the event. Just go to the membership tab and join on level 3. Do it now. Your table and goods are included. The merchandise is ordered, but has not yet arrived. You will like them, and you can keep your doctor, too !
I anticipate all of our office holders to purchase a table and enjoy this unique event. We are expecting Trump merchandise at auction, a special tribute and a festive atmosphere. The 2018 elections are just around the corner. Together we will succeed and maintain our low taxes, family values and conservative principles.
Success is a dish best served bold. Let’s all be bold and meet at Union University February 10 at 6:00 pm for a victory party and begin our preparation for the 2018 elections !
Nashville, Tenn.- December 19, 2016– The Tennessee Republican Party released the following statement from Chairman Scott Golden about this morning’s vote of Tennessee’s Presidential Electors:
“I am proud of all 11 of Tennessee’s Presidential Electors. They endured more than their fair share of hassles, receiving at least 10,000 emails and letters urging them to change their vote. They however, chose today to stand by the voters of Tennessee and unanimously cast all 11 Electoral College Votes for Donald Trump and Mike Pence for President and Vice President of the United States.”
– Donald J. Trump won Tennessee’s Nov. 8 General Election by over 60% of the state-wide vote.
– Tennessee’s 11 Presidential Electors were selected at the August meeting of the State Executive Committee. (see here)