No More College … 

A former state representative says Tennessee is getting shorted by the Electoral College.

I am proud to join Senator Fred Thompson in a bipartisan campaign to make sure that the candidate who gets the most votes wins the presidency. Thompson has signed on as a co-champion of the National Popular Vote campaign, which aims to…

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