Keeping a Balance 

Our forefathers had the right idea with the Electoral College.

Recently, some Tennesseans, including former Senator Fred Thompson, have proposed that our state join the National Popular Vote compact. This is a solution for a problem we don't have that will lead to problems we don't want. The compact would subvert the…

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