From Robert Duvall:
Southeast Nashville Conservatives' Breakfast
Saturday, July 19
Shoney's (Antioch) Bell Rd @ Cane Ridge Road, (I-24E Bell Road Exit)
Breakfast/Social: 8:30 - 9:00 am, Program/Speakers: 9:00 - 10:00 am
Plus Guest Speakers
Mark Winslow & Karen BennettCurrent elected officers of State Executive Committee ("SEC") for State Senate District 19 (which includes a major portion of South/Southeast Nashville &Antioch.) Both are running for reelection in August. Knowledgeable, accessible, objective, and active SEC members are vital to the fair and progressive operation and growth of the Republican Party. Mark and Karen have been invaluable and instrumental in our conservative growth in South/Southeast/Antioch. Please attend on July 19th and hear all the reasons (I already know) as to why both Mark and Karen deserve your support and vote on August 7th. Bring your State Senate District 19 friends and neighbors.
State Executive Committee
The Tennessee Republican Party State Executive Committee operates as the governing body for the state party. They establish rules and measures that best promote the success of the Republican Party and the broadening of its base. The SEC serves as the TNGOP's state primary board and also establishes policy to guide and direct County Republican Parties. Each member serves as a representative of the TNGOP in their home district (one man and one woman are elected from each State Senate district) and helps to organize and promote Republican activism at the local level.
Hosted by Robert Duvall and Pat Carl.
August and September Meetings we will focus on State Constitutional Amendments 1 (abortion) and 2 (how Supreme Court and Appellate Judges are appointed/elected)
My Comment: Mark Winslow is a controversial member of the SEC who in the past has sued the
Recently Karen Bennett, who is also a member of the Metro Council, disappointed me when she abstained, instead of voting "no," on a bill that extended metro benefits to the domestic partner of same-sex
I will be unable to attend this meeting, but if one is attending they may want to ask Mark Winslow why he campaigned for a Democrat and ask Karen Bennett why she abstained on the same sex benefit bill.