Grant Starrett In The News

Nooga.com: Grant Starrett raises $721,000 for congressional race

Grant Starrett's campaign announced that it raised $721,000 in the first quarter of 2015.

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Chattanooga Times Free Press: With nearly $750,000 in campaign warchest, challenger Starrett says ready for DesJarlais in 2016 GOP primary

Republican Grant Starrett says he has raised nearly three quarters of a million dollars for his 4th Congressional District challenge to incumbent U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais in next year's GOP primary.

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The Tennessean: Obama in Nashville: Tennesseans React to Presidential Visit

Grant Starrett, Republican candidate for Congress in the Fourth Congressional District

"ObamaCare has been a disaster and Tennessee families are being crushed," said Grant Starrett. "With its mountain of complicated regulations, miles of red tape, plan cancellations, constitutional issues and increased healthcare costs to Tennessee families, things have only been made worse. From healthcare to the sluggish economy, the president has many questions that need to be answered."
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Remembering Ronald Reagan

"You can't be for big government, big taxes, and big bureaucracy and still be for the little guy..."

-- President Ronald Reagan
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Red Alert Politics: 27-year-old Republican aims to become youngest congressman

Grant Starrett is running for Congress to represent the Millennial generation.

A self-described constitutional conservative, Starrett, 27, is challenging incumbent GOP Rep. Scott DesJarlais in the contest for the congressional seat representing the 4th district of Tennessee.

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Washington Examiner: New Voices for 2015

GRANT STARRETT:  A 27-year-old challenger to scandal-scarred Rep. Scott DesJarlais, Starrett has earned the praise of several high-profile pundits, including Erick Erickson and Ramesh Ponnuru. 

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Young Conservatives: 27 year old young conservative running in one of the most important House races in the country

Attorney Grant Starrett is running against next year in Tennessee’s 4th Congressional District’s GOP primary. His opponent, Republican U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais, slept with patients and co-workers and encouraged one to get an abortion. While grace and forgiveness are important, this is not someone we want in the Republican party.

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CTFP: Young challenger to Scott DesJarlais starting campaign with $500,000

One week after his campaign announcement, Republican Grant Starrett's 4th Congressional District effort is sitting on "over $504,000," including $250,000 the Murfreesboro attorney kicked in, according to Starrett's finance consultant.

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National Journal: Who's the 27-Year-Old Republican Challenging Rep. Scott DesJarlais?

DesJarlais defeated a primary challenger in 2014 after a personal scandal. Now, first-time candidate Grant Starrett is trying to beat him in 2016

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RedState: Grant Starrett for Congress

My good friend Grant Starrett is getting into the race for Congress in Tennessee against Congressman Rep. Scott DesJarlais, and I strongly endorse him for the seat.

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