Thursday, November 4, 2010

Monday, October 4, 2010

GET ON BOARD!

Early Voting Bus Tour

Representative Vance Dennis
invites you to join him,
Senator Dolores Gresham,
and representatives of
Bill Haslam,
Senator Bob Corker,
and Senator Lamar Alexander,
and Congressman Marsha Blackburn
for early voting rallies!

Monday, October 11
8:00 AM—Decatur County Stop at The Diner, 273 N. Pleasant Street, Decaturville
10:00 AM—Hardin County Stop at the Courthouse Square, Savannah
12:00 Noon—McNairy County Stop at the Selmer City Park, Selmer
featuring hotdogs and soft drinks

Early voting begins on October 13.
Election day is November 2.
For more information, call 731.607-9138 , e-mail vance@vancedennis.com,

Friday, August 6, 2010

Election Day!

Jonathan and Chris Farris (A friend from church who campaigned for Wamp at the Adamsville precinct)
Sarah was the Election Judge for Stantonville.
The Stantonville poll workers
Deborah and Rebekah campaigned at the Stantonville polling location.
Melissa and Emily in Bethel Springs.
A dump truck sized bumpersticker :)
Jonathan and Amanda stood at the Selmer Civic Center, where 3 precincts voted.
When the polls closed we all met at the Courthouse to hear the election results.
Visiting with friends...waiting for the ballot boxes to be brought in from each precinct
Daddy and Mr. Cox
A sample ballot - click to view larger image
Jonathan and Michael Williams, a fellow Wamp supporter who campaigned at the polls in Michie.
Checking the numbers for the Governor's race :(
Ballot boxes begin to arrive!
Daddy and David carry Stantonville's boxes down to the basement.
Down in the basement, Alderman John Smith reads the latest County numbers
The numbers can be heard all through the courthouse and out on the lawn...
...and everyone hurries to write them down.
Melissa and Charles Lee comparing notes
Two of the Buck boys listening to the latest numbers in the Sheriff's race
Watch this video to see what it's like to be at the McNairy County Courthouse on election night!
Guy Buck - our new Sheriff! :)
Our County Mayor, Jai Templeton, was elected to serve another term... :)
...and Charles Lee was re-elected to serve on the State Executive Committee. :)
Congratulations to Sheriff-elect Guy Buck, and to all of our incumbents who were re-elected!!!

Zach Wamp's Concession Speech

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

New Wamp Ad - A MUST watch!

Please watch this video and ask all your friends in Tennessee to vote for Zach Wamp for Governor on August 5th!

Monday, July 26, 2010

Wamp Reception

After Congressman Wamp spoke in Counce, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hardin invited everyone over to their home for a reception. (The Hardins hosted a Huckabee meet-up that we attended back in 2007.)
Talking to Congressman Wamp
Touring the Wamp bus
We loved the pillows!
Daddy and Mr. Hardin
We are grateful that Congressman Wamp takes the time to speak with people and hear their concerns.
Before leaving, Wamp gave another excellent talk.
10 days until election day! Please ask all your Tennessee friends to vote for Zach Wamp!

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Zach Wamp speaks at First Baptist in Counce, Tennessee

Last night we had the privilege of hearing Congressman Zach Wamp (our candidate for Governor) share his testimony at First Baptist Church in Counce, TN.
I'm sorry about the quality of the sound. It was recorded with an mp3 player from the back of the church. :)
video

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Wamp calls for "strong social policy that adheres to biblical values"


Zach Wamp says Tennessee will need a governor who understands the ins and outs of Washington politics and funding, now more than ever.Zach Wamp says Tennessee will need a governor who understands the ins and outs of Washington politics and funding, now more than ever.By GENE PATTERSON

6 News Anchor/Reporter

KNOXVILLE (WATE) - Rep. Zach Wamp has been Tennessee's 3rd District congressman for 15 years.

He says he could have played it safe and stayed in Congress. Instead, he says, it's important that he becomes Tennessee's next governor.

His opponents in the Republican primary for governor, Knoxville Mayor Bill Haslam and Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey, say Wamp is part of the problem.

Wamp turns that criticism upside down, describing his time in Washington as one of his strengths. He says Tennessee will need a governor who understands the ins and outs of Washington politics and funding, now more than ever.

As his opponents have done, he points to his conservative values.

"Conservative means a strong constitutional government, and frankly, a strong social policy that adheres to biblical values," he said. "That's what Tennesseans know has stood the test of time."

Test of time, perhaps, but when asked if his biblical values stand up to constitutional muster, he didn't back down.

"I guarantee you our founding fathers were not shy about their faith at all," he said. "And through the test of the bad challenges in this country, people hit their knees and pray to God and turn to him. I don't mind telling you, if we don't do that again, we're going down the tubes."

As 6 News did with Wamp's opponents, we asked him questions submitted by our viewers.

One was about President Obama's healthcare reform plan.

"The Obama administration has dramatically increased the Tenncare rolls, but there's no money to pay for it," he answered. "So this is part of the federal healthcare solution that we have to fight because we don't have the money."

Another viewer asked about funding for universal pre-kindergarten education.

"As governor I'll focus on early childhood development in a big way," he said. "As soon as we have resources to do more we'll see what works the best and expand the programs that work better when we can, because if children aren't reading by the third grade, its too late."

On illegal immigration, Wamp said, "We should become an Arizona-like state, our own Arizona-type law that allows us to enforce illegal immigration if the federal government's not going to do it, and have e-verification to check Social Security numbers to make sure the person working there's number matches the person who's working there."

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

GOP Rally

Yesterday some of us attended a GOP rally at the Selmer Courthouse.
Visiting before the meeting
Senator Gresham and Mrs. Weatherford
Daddy and David stopped by on their way home from work
McNairy County Republican Chairman Charles Lee and Jonathan
Mr. Lee
The crowd on the Courthouse lawn
It was quite hot outside - in the 90's We were all very thankful for the shade and a nice breeze!
The speakers:
Congressman Marsha Blackburn
State Senator Dolores Gresham
State Representative Vance Dennis
County Mayor Jai Templeton
Road Commissioner Harvey Neal Smith
Sheriff candidate - Guy Buck
Governor candidate - Zach Wamp
Zach Wamp had a lot of great things to say....we wish we had recorded it!!! We are very grateful to have such a great candidate to support!

Jonathan in front of the Wamp bus
Zach Wamp with Guy Buck...
...Mike Smith...
...Mr. Tennyson...
...Mr. and Mrs. Cauley...
...Mr. and Mrs. Blakely...
...and Mrs. Woods
Our next Governor :), Lord willing
Jonathan and I got to go inside the Wamp bus! :)
Jonathan talking with Zach Wamp
Jonathan is enjoying being the McNairy County Chairman for the Wamp Campaign!
Emily, Melissa, Zach Wamp, Jonathan, Deborah, and Mama
The bus leaving town
Thanks to all our elected officials and candidates for taking time out of their busy schedules to visit McNairy County!