Disenfranchising the Republican Vote

Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 15 when our own RRRW member, Saundra Waecker will be doing a talk on the professional left and their plan to disenfranchise the Republican vote.  In other words, can we use the lessons learned from their takeover of California to stop them?

Saundra moved to Tennessee, from California, a little over a year ago and witnessed first hand how the left and the Democratic Party pretty much put the GOP out of business.  This is an incredibly important topic that many people are unaware of so please make plans to attend – and bring a friend.

We will be at the Looking Glass, breakfast at 9:30 and the meeting to begin at 10:00.  More details as we get closer to the event.


May Meeting Notice!

Our next meeting will be on Saturday, May 18 at the Looking Glass Restaurant at 329 Warfield Blvd. Dutch treat breakfast will be at 9:30 am, with the business meeting to start at 10:00.

If you plan to eat breakfast you must RSVP to Karel Lea Biggs via email (karelleabiggs@gmail.com) or text (931-217-4018) by noon on Wednesday prior to the meeting. (Text is best, just be sure to tell me who you are in case I don’t recognize the number)

Our speaker for May – Rep. Jay Reedy

 Our own associate member, Rep. Jay Reedy will be our speaker for May, giving us a Legislative Update as well as talking about the growing hemp industry in Tennessee.  Jay has been a staunch supporter of RRRW and we’re always happy to have him come speak!

Jay is a farmer and small business owner and is married to another associate member, Vickie Reedy.  He is the Chair of the Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee, as well as the Chair of the Joint Government Operations Commerce, Labor, Transportation and Agriculture Subcommittee.  A US Army Veteran, Jay received the US Army Achievement Medal (2 oak leaf cluster) and the US Army Accommodation Medal (1 oak leaf cluster).  He also has received the Conservative Excellence Award from the American Conservative Union and the Family Champion Award from the Family Action Council of Tennessee.