A top spokesman for the Tennessee Democratic Party’s effort to get Phil Bredesen elected senator has said he views “white male” gun owners as “the biggest terrorist organization on the planet.”
Tennessee Democrat Phil Bredesen is out with a new ad defending his handling of sexual harassment claims as governor with testimonials from women who worked with him, but Republicans immediately targeted it as part of a “cover-up” attempt.
The National Rifle Association released a new ad opposing Tennessee Democrat Phil Bredesen and supporting Republican Marsha Blackburn this week in the gun-rights group’s latest foray into the hotly contested Senate race.
Singer Taylor Swift endorsed Brett Kavanaugh supporter Phil Bredesen with an Instagram post on Sunday in a rare foray into politics.
The National Rifle Association demanded Phil Bredesen, the Democratic nominee in the 2018 Tennessee Senate race, retract an ad touting an outdated rating from the organization.
“Phil Bredesen is a ‘D’ rated candidate, and he will not protect our constitutional rights in Washington, D.C.,” Chris W. Cox, chairman of the NRA’s Political Victory Fund, said in a statement. “Tennesseans should not be fooled by his false and misleading campaign ads.”
A new poll shows Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R., Tenn.) leading former Gov. Phil Bredesen (D.) by 4 points in their closely watched U.S. Senate race in Tennessee.
Rep. Steve Cohen (D., Tenn.) said he was joking when he said last month he wished Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R., Tenn.) would jump off a bridge, calling it an obvious attempt at humor.