New Joe Carr Radio Ads

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Conservative Republican Joe Carr has launched a new series of radio ads on stations throughout the 14th State Senate District. Carr is running in the State Senate Republican primary election scheduled for January 25th. Early voting begins on January 5. Carr's new round of ads focus on three key issues: his support for President Donald Trump's efforts to "drain the swamp" in Washington, DC by doing the same in Nashville; his support for preserving Tennessee history and opposition to removing historical monuments in the 'dark of night'; and his opposition to using Tennessee taxpayer dollars to subsidize college tuition for illegal aliens.

In addition to the radio spots airing on stations located in the district, Carr is also delivering targeted mailings into the district that touch upon the same topics.

"Support for President Donald Trump remains extremely high in this district," Carr noted, "and I want to make it clear that I will support the President's agenda in action not just words. There are a lot of candidates this year who will voice their agreement with the President despite their support for and support from the 'Never Trump-ers" who have opposed him every step of the way. Hopefully voters will not be fooled by their false claims."

"Voters also overwhelmingly oppose their taxes being used to provide benefits for those who are illegally in our country," Carr said. "I have worked to prevent Tennessee becoming a sanctuary state or communities becoming sanctuary cities for illegal aliens. I will never vote to spend a penny of taxpayer dollars on providing benefits to illegal aliens."

The 14th State Senate District includes Moore, Bedford, Marshall, Lincoln and part of Rutherford County. Early voting in the Special Election begins January 5th for the Republican Primary election on January 25th. The radio ads are airing on six radio stations in the district.

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