Rep. Susan Lynn’s bid for State Senate continued to gain momentum when she picked up another endorsement by a conservative organization when the Tri-Cities Tea Party-912 Group endorsed her bid for State Senate.
“We would like to express our support of Rep. Susan Lynn for State Senate. Rep. Lynn has been the most outspoken proponent of state sovereignty in the state legislature for years,” said Doug White, a founding member of the organization.
Rep. Susan Lynn passed a resolution to create “The Conference and Correspondent’s Committee on State Sovereignty” in the Fall of 2009, gaining statewide and national media attention for the state sovereignty movement.
“The 10th amendment is something I’ve been passionate about my entire life. Tennesseans are tired of the Federal Government encroaching upon their personal liberties. I created the committee on state sovereignty as a way to fight back against an increasingly-intrusive federal government,” said Rep. Lynn.
“I’m finding an incredible amount of grassroots support in my campaign. For years, I’ve fought for lower taxes, the second amendment, and the rights of the unborn in the state legislature. I will provide that same type of leadership in the State Senate.”
Earlier this week, Rep. Lynn announced an endorsement by the Wilson County Republican Assembly; joining leaders of eight conservative organizations who have publicly endorsed her bid for State Senate; including Sumner United for Responsible Government, the Cross County Patriots, the Tennessee Tea Party Coalition, the Lone Star Tea Party, the Smoky Mountain Tea Party Patriots, The Tea Party Patriots, and the Tri-Cities Tea Party-912 Group.
For Immediate Release
July 21, 2010
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