After Scott DesJarlais chose to pass the microphone during the House Oversight and Government Reform hearing on Planned Parenthood last week, the Grant Starrett for Congress campaign released the following lines of questioning that Grant would have asked Planned Parenthood's Cecile Richards.Read more
Today, the Grant Starrett for Congress campaign released the following statement after Speaker John Boehner announced his resignation from Congress:
"Speaker John Boehner has resigned," said Grant Starrett, Republican candidate for Congress in Tennessee's 4th Congressional District. "Congressman Scott DesJarlais voted for him multiple times and earned the right to call Boehner his largest PAC contributor. What we need in our next Speaker is a consistent conservative who will actually solve our financial crisis, get the government out of the way of distorting the American family, and check President Obama's actions that wildly exceed his constitutional authority. When I get to Congress, that is whom I will look for, regardless of who currently holds the seat."
Consistent conservative Grant Starrett’s campaign leadership brings together a host of Republican professionals with experience winning tough fights in Tennessee and across America
(MURFREESBORO, Tenn.) - In case you missed it, Roll Call published an article featuring Grant Starrett's consistent conservative positions and his strong stand against Planned Parenthood:Read more
(MURFREESBORO, Tenn.) - Today, Grant Starrett released the following statement on the Obama administration's nuclear concession to Iran:
(MURFREESBORO, Tenn.) - Today, Grant Starrett released the following statement in response to a shocking undercover video from The Center for Medical Progress:
Today, Grant Starrett, Republican candidate for Congress in the Fourth Congressional District, released the following statement in conjunction with President Obama's visit to Tennessee:Read more
If we desire to live in a constitutional republic, we ought to start recognizing its boundaries. The Constitution has power because the sovereign American people affirmed a particular interpretation at the time that its language was passed. I challenge the notion that any drafter of the 14th Amendment, much less the Framers of the Constitution, possibly imagined, in their wildest dreams, that what they were writing would require that every state give marriage licenses to same sex couples. Unfortunately, five unelected lawyers have overridden the will of the 80% of Tennessee voters who approved a constitutional amendment guaranteeing traditional marriage. I fear the vast implications of activist judges, unmoored from the original meaning of our Constitution, imposing their agenda through reinterpretations of our founding documents.
I am disgusted that the Supreme Court has continued its tortured analysis of the Frankenstein law known as ObamaCare.Read more
In case you missed it, Politico has a piece featuring Grant Starrett and his high-momentum campaign:Read more