TNGOP Statement on President Trump's Visit to Nashville

Nashville, Tenn. - January 8, 2018 - Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Scott Golden released the following statement on President Donald J. Trump's visit to Nashville and speech to the American Farm Bureau Convention: "Tennessee Republicans stand with President Trump and his commitment to farmers and rural communities across Tennessee. Today’s executive orders echo the important steps Republicans, lead by Governor Haslam, took last year in passing the Tennessee Broadband Accessibility Act, ensuring economic opportunity exists no matter where you live and includes having access to high speed internet.  Continue reading

TNGOP Statement on the Passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

Nashville, Tenn. – December 20, 2017 – Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Scott Golden released the following statement on the passage of Tax Reform:  "In Tennessee, we know first-hand that lower taxes create an environment for economic growth and record low unemployment. Today, President Trump and Republicans in Congress came together to put America and American workers first, delivering on their promise to overhaul our tax code. Continue reading

TNGOP Statement on Results on SD 17 Special Election

Nashville, Tenn. – December 19, 2017 – Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Scott Golden released the following statement on the results of the special election for Senate District 17:  "Congratulations to Mark Pody on his victory and new role as a State Senator. He has served as a conservative leader in the State House for seven years, and I look forward to his continued leadership in the State Senate. Continue reading

TNGOP Statement on Gov. Phil Bredesen entering US Senate race

Nashville, Tenn. - December 7, 2017 - Scott Golden, Chairman of the Tennessee Republican Party, released the following statement on former Governor Phil Bredesen's decision to enter the race for US Senate:  “Former Governor Phil Bredesen’s record represents the Tennessee of yesterday when Democrats labeled extreme unemployment rates, higher taxes, and a total lack of government transparency as ‘prospering.' A lot has changed in the last 16 years, since the first time he ran for statewide office. Continue reading