Speakers quietly drop hand-held sign ban at Cordell Hull

Published January 18, 2018 | By Tom Humphrey The Tennessee Legislature has quietly revised its “Facility Use Policies” to remove a ban on all signs within the Cordell Hull building. Moving forward, “small letter sized signs that do not obstruct the view of visitors are acceptable,” according to the policy. […]


New District Executive Members

From January 2018 Executive Committee minutes: “Bob Cowan nominated Joe Eskridge to fill in one of the empty Executive Committee Members. Joe will now serve as District #2 member. Martha Deaderick moved that Michael Howe fill in the empty place for District #5. There being no other nominations, these two […]


Adopt a Highway Trash Pickup

Volunteers needed: The Roane County Democratic Party will hold the next road side trash pickup on Saturday January 20th. We will meet in the Kroger’s Parking lot next to Zaxby’s. Please bring gloves and sturdy shoes.

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How to do outreach on Facebook – with all state parties

Every day is a new day with new evidence to the fact that we have an unimaginable unfit President, that will probably doom us all. We need to fight back on all fronts. This diary is a suggestion on how you can help candidates with just a simple Facebook-click. Having […]


TNDP CHAIR TO TENNESSEE REPUBLICANS: STANDING WITH TRUMP SENDS A DISTURBING MESSAGE

TNDP CHAIR TO TENNESSEE REPUBLICANS: STANDING WITH TRUMP SENDS A DISTURBING MESSAGE Nashville, Tenn. (March 15, 2017) – Mary Mancini, chair of the Tennessee Democratic Party, released the following statement addressing Tennessee Republicans who stood with President Trump during his visit to Nashville: “Today is about much more than a […]


TENNESSEE DEMOCRATIC PARTY STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT TRUMP VISIT THE HERMITAGE

TENNESSEE DEMOCRATIC PARTY STATEMENT ON PRESIDENT TRUMP VISIT THE HERMITAGE Nashville, Tenn. (March 15, 2017) – The Tennessee Democratic Party released the following statement prior to President Trump’s visit to the Hermitage, the historic home of President Andrew Jackson: “President Andrew Jackson is not always on the right side of […]


EPA cuts could be costly to Tennessee

EPA cuts could be costly to Tennessee Proposed cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency could shut off the spigot that funds many drinking water projects in Tennessee. Booming Lebanon is an example of a community that could be hurt. “Getting these projects done in the next two years is not […]


Congressional Budget Office report on Trumpcare

The Concurrent Resolution on the Budget for Fiscal Year 2017 directed the House Committees on Ways and Means and Energy and Commerce to develop legislation to reduce the deficit. The Congressional Budget Office and the staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation (JCT) have produced an estimate of the budgetary […]