Who do you support for State Senate in Tennessee (District 25) in 2010?

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Jim Summerville

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Oct 12, 2010
 

Voted For Jim Summerville

I want to take the sales tax off groceries and to reduce the budget of State government by 20% through cutting programs, agencies, departments and commissions.
Jodie Hardin

Kingston Springs, TN

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Oct 13, 2010
 

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Jim has the same worries and concerns as many of us do. I believe Doug Jackson has not shown that he can do much of anything other than vote. We need someone who is not afraid to come up with with budget solutions, education solutions and tax relief for TN residents.
Educated

Waynesboro, TN

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Oct 13, 2010
 

Voted For Jim Summerville

Jackson has to go!
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Dickson, TN

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Oct 17, 2010
 

Voted For Jim Summerville

Doug Jackson needs to go. He is not the honest man he proclaims to be.

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Oct 26, 2010
 

Voted For Doug Jackson

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A GOP sweep will spell doom for the US economy - no Social Security, no Medicare, no unemployment - nothing for anyone but the rich!
Todd Hardin

Kingston Springs, TN

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Oct 26, 2010
 

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The NRA has given Jim an F for no reason. Jim Summerville strongly supports our right to own and carry our guns.
L.Buck

Jones, OK

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#7
Oct 27, 2010
 

Voted For Jim Summerville

Time for a change
Ron Sayler

Sewanee, TN

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Oct 31, 2010
 

Voted For Doug Jackson

I'm going with the GOP but not ready to take a chance on this guy. Can't find any info on him except he wants to cut programs, agencies, departments,etc. How about fixing them first?
Todd Hardin

Kingston Springs, TN

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Nov 1, 2010
 
Ron Sayler wrote:
I'm going with the GOP but not ready to take a chance on this guy. Can't find any info on him except he wants to cut programs, agencies, departments,etc. How about fixing them first?
If you are ready to go with the GOP and send budget cutters to Washington, then why not vote for Jim and send one to Nashville? Jim favors cutting programs that have proved unworkable, such as pre- K education, State golf courses that are in debt, and over extended legislative sessions. Jim would greatly appreciate your vote tomorrow.
Hope you can vote for Jim,
Todd
Callus in power

Nashville, TN

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Mar 1, 2011
 
Jodie Hardin wrote:
Jim has the same worries and concerns as many of us do. I believe Doug Jackson has not shown that he can do much of anything other than vote. We need someone who is not afraid to come up with with budget solutions, education solutions and tax relief for TN residents.
So do you agree with his education solutions now?

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