Disapproval of Republican Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker has risen to 41 percent among Tennessee voters, according to the latest MTSU Poll, a 14-point climb since last spring and in the wake of his public feud with President Donald Trump.
Mary Mancini, chair of the Tennessee Democratic Party, released the following statement on President Trump's press conference on Charlottesville:
While 77 percent of Republicans surveyed said they "completely trust" or "somewhat trust" President Donald Trump, only 9 percent of Democrats, 33 percent of independents and 20 percent of respondents with no political affiliation expressed such trust in the president.
Several callers to the radio station Wednesday asked if the president was in town. He wasn't, but his bus was.
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:
Bryce Edwards of Murfreesboro will be among the members of the U.S. Navy Band, performing at the inauguration of Donald Trump. He plays the euphonium in the Navy Band, which he joined in 2007.
Lynne Davis, a Lascassas resident, area realtor and GOP State Executive Committeemember, was one of 11 electors to cast votes in Tennessee for President and Vice President.
The most recent Tennessee Consumer Outlook Survey indicates consumers across the state are feeling much more optimistic about the economy during this holiday shopping season.
It was 1:42am this (Tuesday) morning when Rutherford Countians heard on the radio -- news some 18-months in the making. Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump leads Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton among Tennessee voters, the latest MTSU Poll shows.
Tennessee consumers are feeling much less positive about the economy headed into fall and prefer GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump to address economic issues, according to the latest statewide consumer survey results from Middle Tennessee State University.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton closed in on their party's presidential nominations by racking up big wins on Super Tuesday. Rutherford Countians followed suit, by choosing the two frontrunners over the rest of the field.
"These Tennessee Republicans have pledged to support Donald Trump and they must be held accountable for that support," said Tennessee Democratic Party Chair Mary Mancini...
There's a saying you've probably heard, "He who lives by the sword dies by the sword." So what happens when a media creation turns out not to be as docile as the creators had perhaps wanted? Here are the thoughts of MTSU Professor of Journalism, Dr. Larry Burris.
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