The Williamson County Democratic Party (WCDP) will see new leadership when, after a March 29 virtual meeting, Franklin resident Kelly Baker-He…
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For the first time in more than a decade, District 63 will have two house choices on the ballot.
Adequately funding Williamson County Schools will become a top priority for whoever wins the two contested state house seats in November.
Political newcomer Courtenay Rogers said from the beginning she wanted to have a grassroots campaign in her race for the District 63 House seat.
And she has.
Perhaps one of the more difficult problems to solve, state house candidates looked at the issues surrounding affordable housing Tuesday morning.
In light of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s questionable comments toward women, Williamson’s elected Republicans said they still stand by him.
Republican lawmakers were peppered with questions about everything from the gas tax to paying for health insurance during a town hall meeting Tuesday night.
Both state house Democratic candidates running on the Nov. 8 ballot said they feel like the Republican candidates are excluding them by holding a town hall without them.