Tennessee Senate Candidates for Senator
TN Election Race 2014

Tennessee Senatorial Candidates
Tennessee Candidates for Congress

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State Primary: August 7, 2014

Tennessee Senator Election Race 2014:

Lamar Alexander (R)
Frank Agnew (R)
Fred Anderson (R)
Joe Carr (R)
Floyd Conover (R)
George Flinn (R)
John King (R)
Brenda Lenard (R) - Tea Party Activist
Erin Kent Magee (R)
Terry Adams (D)
Gordon Ball (D)
Larry Crim (D)
Gary Gene Davis (D)
Joshua James (Libertarian)
Tom Emerson Jr. (Tea)
E.L. Gauthier (Independent)
Dewayne Jones (Independent)
David Harrison Kelly (Independent)
Danny Page (Independent)
Bartholomew Phillips (Independent)
Choudury Salekin (Independent)
Eric Schechter (Independent)
Rick Tyler (Independent)
Joe Wilmoth (Independent)

Tennessee Candidates for US Congress from TN

TN Congressional Candidates
Tennessee Congress Candidates 2014

District 1:
Phil Roe (R)
Dan Hartley (R)
John Paul Rader (R)
Michael Salyer (Libertarian) - Tea Party Activist
Robert Franklin (Independent)

District 2:
John "Jimmy" Duncan Jr. (R)
Jason Zachary (R)
Bob Scott (D)
Norris Dryer (Green)
Casey Gouge (Independent)

District 3:
Chuck Fleischmann (R)
Weston Wamp (R)
Mary Headrick (D)
Cassandra Mitchell (Independent)

District 4:
Scott DesJarlais (R)
John Anderson (R)
Yomi "Fapas" Faparusi (R)
Steve Lane (R)
David Tate (R)
Jim Tracy (R)
Michael Warden (R)
Lenda Sherrell (D)
Robert Doggart (Independent)

District 5:
Jim Cooper (D)
Christopher Carter (R)
Ronnie Holden (R)
Bob Ries (R)
David Russell (R)
John "Big John" Smith IV (R)
Paul Deakin (Independent)

District 6:
Diane Black (R)
Jerry Lowery (R)
Amos Powers (D)
Mike Winton (Independent)

District 7:
Marsha Blackburn (R)
Jacob Brimm (R)
Credo Amouzouvik (D)
Dan Cramer (D)
Lenny Ladner (Libertarian)

District 8:
Stephen Fincher (R)
Dana Matheny (R)
Ralph Mills III (R)
Wes Bradley (D)
Rickey Hobson (D)
Lawrence Pivnick (D)
Tom Reasons (D)
Mark Rawles (Constitution)
James Hart (Independent)

District 9:
Steve Cohen (D)
Isaac Richmond (D)
Ricky Wilkins (D)
Charlotte Bergmann (R)
Floyd Alberson (Independent)
Herbert Bass (Independent)
Paul Cook (Independent)

 

 

Observations. The above reflects that Tennessee has many moderate congressman. They fall short of getting good grades of 90% or more. Bob Corker has been under a lot of scrutiny, due to his election this year, and has been politically smart by voting more conservative than usual.

History of Tennessee. Information that every Tennessee Election Candidates for US Senate or Congress Should Know:

In 1795, a territorial census revealed a sufficient population for statehood. A referendum showed a three-to-one majority in favor of joining the Union. Governor Blount called for a constitutional convention to meet in Knoxville, where delegates from all the counties drew up a model state constitution and democratic bill of rights.

The voters chose Sevier as governor. The newly elected legislature voted for Blount and William Cocke as Senators, and Andrew Jackson as Representative.

Tennessee leaders thereby converted the territory into a new state, with organized government and constitution, before applying to Congress for admission. Since the Southwest Territory was the first Federal territory to present itself for admission to the Union, there was some uncertainty about how to proceed, and Congress was divided on the issue.

Nonetheless, in a close vote on June 1, 1796, Congress approved the admission of Tennessee as the sixteenth state of the Union. They drew its borders by extending the northern and southern borders of North Carolina, with a few deviations, to the Mississippi River, Tennessee's western boundary.

CRIM FOR SENATE SUBMITS SOLUTIONS TO STOP SEQUESTRATION

Larry Crim for U.S. Senate (TN) says stopping $85 billion in “sequestration” cuts can be done by repealing foreign tax exemptions currently allowing multinational corporations to pay little to no income taxes, a reform which Crim states will result in more than $100 billion dollars annually. Crim says the tax reform measure would also create from 500,000 to 1 million new jobs in America as U.S. corporations return their now foreign tax sheltered operations back to America resulting in additional taxpayers into the system. “The jobs for Americans will follow the return of investments by American companies back to our country under this plan” said Larry Crim, a Tennessee Democrat seeking the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Republican Lamar Alexander.

The Tennessee Democrat says bringing jobs home is good for Americans personally and the economy as new jobs for Americans mean more consumer spending and new workers paying into the social security system as well as new income tax revenues into the federal government. Crim stated: “I believe that, economically, our first job is to help restore jobs...because more people working is good for Americans personally, stimulates consumer spending, creates new contributors to the social security system, and brings in revenues from new income earners.” Mr. Crim notes: “repealing the foreign tax dodges we've got in our tax law will go a long way toward bringing American companies and jobs home where¬† workers and corporations will be working together for the good of our economy, government, and all Americans.”

Reasons Why Sequestration Looms

Crim added that the across the board budget cuts now looming under the sequestration procedure are caused by the simple fact that “the majority of people in Washington today can't, that is, won't work together”. “People would rather blame each other than resolve a problem” said Larry Crim. The budget cuts caused by the sequestration, continued Crim, “would cost us between 500,000 to 700,000 jobs in a short time, perhaps in as little as 6 months, and that is bad for the economy” said Crim.

Crim said in the long run “America needs tax reform which we have needed for fifty (50) years. We don't have to wait another decade for tax reform to start or to wait another day for elements of needed tax reform to begin” said Crim.

Yet, the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate admits: “The tone in Washington this year does not look favorable" for common sense solutions like he's proposing. Crim predicts that when citizens begin to realize the costs of these mandatory cuts he believes Washington will be forced to address the real revenue based and unnecessary expenditure items behind the budgetary shortfall or else Crim says “many of the politicians currently in Washington will be replaced."

Larry Crim, who has filed his federal Statement of Candidacy as a Democrat from Tennessee seeking election to the U.S. Senate in 2014, is currently the only democratic candidate running for the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Republican Lamar Alexander of Tennessee.