Check out the first comment this post on Post Politics. Good job, Joe Lance.
Red White and Food now has 25,000 members statewide. That’s an enormous accomplishment for any grassroots campaign.
Not to mention, the campaign has more than 8,500 supporters on Facebook. Some of those are undoubtedly members as well. Either way, it shows the tremendous consumer support for wine in retail food stores.
We know that far more Tennesseans support this change. According to MTSU, it’s about 62% of Tennesseans, as compared to 26% who oppose the change.
Thanks to all of our Red White and Food members for your great support.
Red White and Food welcome debate about the issues of wine in retail food stores in Tennessee.
Recently, many of the comments to our posts have devolved into personal attacks against the authors of this blog and people who support this change. The blog comment policy explains very clearly that we have the right to delete any posts that are personal attacks and, if necessary, block those commenters.
We believe debate is healthy when it is civil, so we will enforce the policy going forward.
Please make sure to read the policy before posting any comments.
Red White and Food has compiled a list of all the Tennessee General Assembly candidates in the upcoming election. We’ve also noted who has Facebook and Twitter pages, so you can reach candidates through those social media.
The candidates are listed by district and party. TNH## is for House elections. THS## is for Senate elections.
All House seats are up for election, though a number of current legislators are running unopposed. Only Senators in odd districts are up for election this year.
You can find the list at www.redwhiteandfood.com/2010candidates.
Red White and Food encourages everyone to vote in the Aug. 5 primaries tomorrow. The opportunity to choose our elected officials — there’s that choice idea again — is one of the most important rights we have.