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2014 Tennessee Firearms Association Will you support state

Will you enforce the Will you support


Will you support a bill Will you support a bill
Will you support legislation
Will you support
legislation that would Will you support a bill
Will you support legislation, such
as offered by Sen. Mae Beavers and Will you support a state Will you support a state
Will you support a state law
requiring entities and individuals
Will you support a state
Will you support a state
Will you support a state law
that requires the state
Will you support a state law
Tennessee Constitution’s legislation that will nullify Will you support requiring that any firing range If YES, will you support a Will you support a state law that provides that no that establishes a process for
State Legislative Candidate Survey: EAST TN Will you support a
legislation prohibiting
limit on governmental unconstitutional federal
to allow citizens to
a bill that will
requiring government
that was built or maintained
require the state to issue Will you support removing all taxes on the Rep. Mark Pody in 2014 (SB 1733),
provision in such a law
Will you support a state
law to prohibit any local
law to prohibit the state or law to limit the term who elect to prohibit citizens who
committee of the General
law that provides that any Attorney General to challenge
the General Assembly to
local governments (city, carry lawfully owned or operated to individuals who are or legislation that would fully free exercise of the which would provide that a person law to render any federal any local government "school grounds" to a Will you support a state enter their property from legislation which has more any federal law that may be Will you support a state
“Constitutional restrictions on wearing firearms laws and also allow law with tax dollars, including all that gives the individual government from Will you support a state Assembly can stop a bill Will you support a state determine whether a federal
county, etc.) from possessed firearms on buildings or properties who agree to be subject to restore all rights to keep Second Amendment has an absolute right to store any taxes or restrictions on the from regulating any aspect specific and clearly law that allows civilians to carrying firearms to provide sponsors than would be Will you support a state applicable in Tennessee or law that establishes a
Carry” Bill allowing firearms by supporting require the state abiding citizens, state or local agency firing the right to seek civil regulating any aspect of law that requires that the from progressing to the law or referendum that law violates State sovereignty
placing any limitations government run or that constitutionally (TN a “militia call” military and bear arms to which would include the legally possessed items, including a purchase or ownership of of civilian firearms defined campus and to own, possess, use and adequate security to guarantee required to pass the law that provides for an which results in any tax "recall" process whereby
individuals to carry legislation repealing all state government to protect the including ranges, must be made damages and/or civilian firearms US Constitution, the Bill of floor for consideration by provides a process for or the rights of the citizens and
on the rights of funded college Constitution Article 1, grade weapons, including individuals who have elimination of fees or firearm, in any legally possessed firearms suppressors as a ownership, purchase, require appropriate transport historical the safety of those individuals legislation if presented for elected state Attorney burden on Tennesseans which the citizens can vote to
a legally possessed laws and regulations residents of Tennessee educators, to available to the public when injunctive relief, including ownership, purchase, Rights and the State all elected legislators if the recall elections for all vests the General Assembly
individuals regarding campuses in Section 26) prohibit the machineguns, if the cost of committed misdemeanors taxes imposed on the motor vehicle so long as the person declared violation of the carry, use or possession, signage relative to military items, including and to make those who elect to a floor vote must be General? violates any provision of the remove the Attorney
firearm concealed restricting the wearing of from the enforcement of carry firearms the range is not actively in statutory damages and carry, use or possession, Constitution be taught in number of votes required elected officials? with the authority to appoint
firearms, including the Tennessee including possession of firearms by such equipment and the and non-violent felonies ownership, purchase, is parking where parking is 2nd and 10th including the legal whether and to what vehicles, armaments and infringe the self-defense rights presented and considered Constitution, including but not General?
or openly without a firearms by citizens unless federal firearms laws which on government use by the agency for whose attorney's fees, against including possession in schools? to kill the legislation in and fund a special counsel to
ability to purchase, private schools that citizens to provide a free actual administrative costs once their sentence has transfer, carry or use of otherwise allowed and providing Amendments and thus possession of firearms in extent firearms may be ammunition? civilly liable for any harm or on the floor of each House limited to the enumerated
government permit? the law demonstrates a violate the 2nd K-12 school use the range was initially 
 any individual or entity public parks, greenways such committee is less challenge such 

possess, use or carry accept government on-site storage facilities to the state government been fully completed? firearms and/or that such individual cannot be void in Tennessee? public buildings or on possessed on such damage occurring after the right in which such sponsorship powers doctrine, the 2nd
"well defined relation to the Amendment and/or the grounds? intended? that violates that right? and similar locations? than the number of federal laws or enactments?
firearms? funds? for civilian firearms? are paid by the 
 ammunition? criminally prosecuted or fired for public property? properties? of self-defense has been levels are met? Amendment and/or the 10th
prevention of crime?” 10th Amendment? sponsors on the bill?
individual member? doing so? impaired? Amendment?
Signed the
Survey
Office Name District Party City Leadership Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q09 Q10 Q11 Q12a Q12b Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q19 Q20 Q21 Q22 Q23 Q24 Q25 Q26
Returned
Pledge
TN House Jon C. Lundberg 1 R Bristol No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Bud Hulsey 2 R Kingsport No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House J.R. Enfield 2 I** Kingsport No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Tony Shipley 2 R Kingsport No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Timothy Hill 3 R Blountville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Kevin Dwayne Parsons 3 R Mountain City No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Judy R. Veeneman 4 R Elizabethton Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes++ Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes

TN House Rob Martin 4 D Erwin No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House John B. Holsclaw, Jr. 4 R Johnson City Yes Yes Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TN House Ted Hensley 5 R Chuckey Yes Yes Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++

TN House David B. Hawk 5 R Greeneville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Kermit E. Steck 5 I Greeneville Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes++ Yes Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ No Yes Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes Yes Yes Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++

TN House Clayton Stout 6 R Johnson City No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House James (Micah) Van Huss 6 R Johnson City No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Phil Carriger 7 R Johnson City No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Matthew Hill 7 R Jonesborough No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Todd Mitchell Franklin 7 R Jonesborough Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes++ Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes++ No Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TN House Art Swann 8 R Maryville Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TN House Mike Harrison 9 R Rogersville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Tilman Goins 10 R Morristown No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Jeremy Faison 11 R Newport No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Marjorie J. Ramsey 11 D Newport Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No Yes No No No No

TN House Roland A. Dykes III 11 I Newport No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused

Will you support a state law


Will you support Will you support legislation, such Will you support a state law
Will you enforce the Will you support Will you support legislation Will you support a state that requires the state Will you support a state law
Will you support state Will you support a bill Will you support a bill legislation that would Will you support a bill as offered by Sen. Mae Beavers and Will you support a state Will you support a state requiring entities and individuals Will you support a state
Tennessee Constitution’s legislation that will nullify Will you support requiring that any firing range If YES, will you support a Will you support a state law that provides that no Attorney General to challenge that establishes a process for
legislation prohibiting to allow citizens to requiring government require the state to issue Will you support removing all taxes on the Rep. Mark Pody in 2014 (SB 1733), Will you support a state law to prohibit the state or law to limit the term who elect to prohibit citizens who law that provides that any
Will you support a limit on governmental unconstitutional federal a bill that will that was built or maintained provision in such a law law to prohibit any local committee of the General any federal law that may be the General Assembly to
local governments (city, carry lawfully owned or operated to individuals who are or legislation that would fully free exercise of the which would provide that a person law to render any federal any local government "school grounds" to a Will you support a state enter their property from legislation which has more Will you support a state
“Constitutional restrictions on wearing firearms laws and also allow law with tax dollars, including all that gives the individual government from Will you support a state Assembly can stop a bill Will you support a state applicable in Tennessee or determine whether a federal
county, etc.) from possessed firearms on buildings or properties who agree to be subject to restore all rights to keep Second Amendment has an absolute right to store any taxes or restrictions on the from regulating any aspect specific and clearly law that allows civilians to carrying firearms to provide sponsors than would be Will you support a state law that establishes a
Carry” Bill allowing firearms by supporting require the state abiding citizens, state or local agency firing the right to seek civil regulating any aspect of law that requires that the from progressing to the law or referendum that which results in any tax law violates State sovereignty
placing any limitations government run or that constitutionally (TN a “militia call” military and bear arms to which would include the legally possessed items, including a purchase or ownership of of civilian firearms defined campus and to own, possess, use and adequate security to guarantee required to pass the law that provides for an "recall" process whereby
individuals to carry legislation repealing all state government to protect the including ranges, must be made damages and/or civilian firearms US Constitution, the Bill of floor for consideration by provides a process for burden on Tennesseans which or the rights of the citizens and
on the rights of funded college Constitution Article 1, grade weapons, including individuals who have elimination of fees or firearm, in any legally possessed firearms suppressors as a ownership, purchase, require appropriate transport historical the safety of those individuals legislation if presented for elected state Attorney the citizens can vote to
a legally possessed laws and regulations residents of Tennessee educators, to available to the public when injunctive relief, including ownership, purchase, Rights and the State all elected legislators if the recall elections for all violates any provision of the vests the General Assembly
individuals regarding campuses in Section 26) prohibit the machineguns, if the cost of committed misdemeanors taxes imposed on the motor vehicle so long as the person declared violation of the carry, use or possession, signage relative to military items, including and to make those who elect to a floor vote must be General? remove the Attorney
firearm concealed restricting the wearing of from the enforcement of carry firearms the range is not actively in statutory damages and carry, use or possession, Constitution be taught in number of votes required elected officials? Constitution, including but not with the authority to appoint
firearms, including the Tennessee including possession of firearms by such equipment and the and non-violent felonies ownership, purchase, is parking where parking is 2nd and 10th including the legal whether and to what vehicles, armaments and infringe the self-defense rights presented and considered General?
or openly without a firearms by citizens unless federal firearms laws which on government use by the agency for whose attorney's fees, against including possession in schools? to kill the legislation in limited to the enumerated and fund a special counsel to
ability to purchase, private schools that citizens to provide a free actual administrative costs once their sentence has transfer, carry or use of otherwise allowed and providing Amendments and thus possession of firearms in extent firearms may be ammunition? civilly liable for any harm or on the floor of each House
government permit? the law demonstrates a violate the 2nd K-12 school use the range was initially 
 any individual or entity public parks, greenways such committee is less powers doctrine, the 2nd challenge such 

possess, use or carry accept government on-site storage facilities to the state government been fully completed? firearms and/or that such individual cannot be void in Tennessee? public buildings or on possessed on such damage occurring after the right in which such sponsorship
"well defined relation to the Amendment and/or the grounds? intended? that violates that right? and similar locations? than the number of Amendment and/or the 10th federal laws or enactments?
firearms? funds? for civilian firearms? are paid by the 
 ammunition? criminally prosecuted or fired for public property? properties? of self-defense has been levels are met?
prevention of crime?” 10th Amendment? sponsors on the bill? Amendment?
individual member? doing so? impaired?

Signed the
Survey
Office Name District Party City Leadership Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q09 Q10 Q11 Q12a Q12b Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q19 Q20 Q21 Q22 Q23 Q24 Q25 Q26
Returned
Pledge
TN House Dale Carr 12 R Sevierville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Eddie Smith 13 R Knoxville Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No No

TN House Gloria Johnson 13 D Knoxville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Jason Emert 13 R Knoxville Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes No Yes++ Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TN House Ryan A. Haynes 14 R Knoxville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Joseph "Joe" Armstrong 15 D Knoxville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Pete Drew 15 I Knoxville Yes Yes Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ No Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ No No Yes++ Yes++ No Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++

TN House Bill Dunn 16 R Knoxville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Andrew E. Farmer 17 R Sevierville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Martin Daniel 18 R Knoxville Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes

TN House Steve Hall 18 R Knoxville Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes

TN House Harry Brooks 19 R Knoxville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House John Ross Conley 20 D Friendsville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Bob Ramsey 20 R Maryville Yes No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No Yes No Yes No No

TN House Jimmy Matlock 21 R Lenoir City Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No No No Yes Yes No Yes

TN House Pamela O. Weston 21 D Sweetwater Yes No No No No Yes No No Yes No No No No No No No No No Yes No No Yes No No No No No Yes No

TN House J. Adam Lowe 22 R Cleveland Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes++ Yes Yes No Yes Yes++ Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes++ Yes Yes Yes++ Yes Yes Yes Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++

TN House Dan Howell 22 R Georgetown No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House John W. Forgety 23 R Athens No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Kevin D. Brooks 24 R Cleveland No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Cameron Sexton 25 R Crossville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Judy Barnett 25 D Crossville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Gerald McCormick 26 R Chattanooga No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused

Will you support a state law


Will you support Will you support legislation, such Will you support a state law
Will you enforce the Will you support Will you support legislation Will you support a state that requires the state Will you support a state law
Will you support state Will you support a bill Will you support a bill legislation that would Will you support a bill as offered by Sen. Mae Beavers and Will you support a state Will you support a state requiring entities and individuals Will you support a state
Tennessee Constitution’s legislation that will nullify Will you support requiring that any firing range If YES, will you support a Will you support a state law that provides that no Attorney General to challenge that establishes a process for
legislation prohibiting to allow citizens to requiring government require the state to issue Will you support removing all taxes on the Rep. Mark Pody in 2014 (SB 1733), Will you support a state law to prohibit the state or law to limit the term who elect to prohibit citizens who law that provides that any
Will you support a limit on governmental unconstitutional federal a bill that will that was built or maintained provision in such a law law to prohibit any local committee of the General any federal law that may be the General Assembly to
local governments (city, carry lawfully owned or operated to individuals who are or legislation that would fully free exercise of the which would provide that a person law to render any federal any local government "school grounds" to a Will you support a state enter their property from legislation which has more Will you support a state
“Constitutional restrictions on wearing firearms laws and also allow law with tax dollars, including all that gives the individual government from Will you support a state Assembly can stop a bill Will you support a state applicable in Tennessee or determine whether a federal
county, etc.) from possessed firearms on buildings or properties who agree to be subject to restore all rights to keep Second Amendment has an absolute right to store any taxes or restrictions on the from regulating any aspect specific and clearly law that allows civilians to carrying firearms to provide sponsors than would be Will you support a state law that establishes a
Carry” Bill allowing firearms by supporting require the state abiding citizens, state or local agency firing the right to seek civil regulating any aspect of law that requires that the from progressing to the law or referendum that which results in any tax law violates State sovereignty
placing any limitations government run or that constitutionally (TN a “militia call” military and bear arms to which would include the legally possessed items, including a purchase or ownership of of civilian firearms defined campus and to own, possess, use and adequate security to guarantee required to pass the law that provides for an "recall" process whereby
individuals to carry legislation repealing all state government to protect the including ranges, must be made damages and/or civilian firearms US Constitution, the Bill of floor for consideration by provides a process for burden on Tennesseans which or the rights of the citizens and
on the rights of funded college Constitution Article 1, grade weapons, including individuals who have elimination of fees or firearm, in any legally possessed firearms suppressors as a ownership, purchase, require appropriate transport historical the safety of those individuals legislation if presented for elected state Attorney the citizens can vote to
a legally possessed laws and regulations residents of Tennessee educators, to available to the public when injunctive relief, including ownership, purchase, Rights and the State all elected legislators if the recall elections for all violates any provision of the vests the General Assembly
individuals regarding campuses in Section 26) prohibit the machineguns, if the cost of committed misdemeanors taxes imposed on the motor vehicle so long as the person declared violation of the carry, use or possession, signage relative to military items, including and to make those who elect to a floor vote must be General? remove the Attorney
firearm concealed restricting the wearing of from the enforcement of carry firearms the range is not actively in statutory damages and carry, use or possession, Constitution be taught in number of votes required elected officials? Constitution, including but not with the authority to appoint
firearms, including the Tennessee including possession of firearms by such equipment and the and non-violent felonies ownership, purchase, is parking where parking is 2nd and 10th including the legal whether and to what vehicles, armaments and infringe the self-defense rights presented and considered General?
or openly without a firearms by citizens unless federal firearms laws which on government use by the agency for whose attorney's fees, against including possession in schools? to kill the legislation in limited to the enumerated and fund a special counsel to
ability to purchase, private schools that citizens to provide a free actual administrative costs once their sentence has transfer, carry or use of otherwise allowed and providing Amendments and thus possession of firearms in extent firearms may be ammunition? civilly liable for any harm or on the floor of each House
government permit? the law demonstrates a violate the 2nd K-12 school use the range was initially 
 any individual or entity public parks, greenways such committee is less powers doctrine, the 2nd challenge such 

possess, use or carry accept government on-site storage facilities to the state government been fully completed? firearms and/or that such individual cannot be void in Tennessee? public buildings or on possessed on such damage occurring after the right in which such sponsorship
"well defined relation to the Amendment and/or the grounds? intended? that violates that right? and similar locations? than the number of Amendment and/or the 10th federal laws or enactments?
firearms? funds? for civilian firearms? are paid by the 
 ammunition? criminally prosecuted or fired for public property? properties? of self-defense has been levels are met?
prevention of crime?” 10th Amendment? sponsors on the bill? Amendment?
individual member? doing so? impaired?

Signed the
Survey
Office Name District Party City Leadership Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q5 Q6 Q7 Q8 Q09 Q10 Q11 Q12a Q12b Q13 Q14 Q15 Q16 Q17 Q18 Q19 Q20 Q21 Q22 Q23 Q24 Q25 Q26
Returned
Pledge
TN House Charlie White 27 R Chattanooga No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Eric McRoy 27 D Chattanooga No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Patsy Hazlewood 27 R Signal Mountain No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Tommy Crangle 27 R Signal Mountain Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TN House JoAnne Favors 28 D Chattanooga No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Mike Carter 29 R Ooltewah No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Marc Gravitt 30 R East Ridge No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Ron Travis 31 R Dayton Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes

TN House Jim Cobb 31 R Spring City Yes Yes Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++

TN House Joe Kneiser 32 D Harriman Yes No Yes++ No No No No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes++ Yes No Yes No

TN House Kent Calfee 32 R Kingston No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Caitlin Nolan 33 R Oak Ridge No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House John D. Ragan 33 R Oak Ridge Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TN House Misty Neergaard 33 D Oak Ridge No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Jerry Sexton 35 R Bean Station No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Dennis "Coach" Roach 35 R Rutledge No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Dennis H. Powers 36 R Jacksboro No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House James Virgil Kidwell 36 D Lafollette No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Kelly T. Keisling 38 R Byrdstown Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes

TN House John Mark Windle 41 D Livingston No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Roger Kane 89 R Knoxville Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

TN House Charlie White 27 R Chattanooga No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN House Eric McRoy 27 D Chattanooga No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused

Will you support a state law


Will you support Will you support legislation, such Will you support a state law
Will you enforce the Will you support Will you support legislation Will you support a state that requires the state Will you support a state law
Will you support state Will you support a bill Will you support a bill legislation that would Will you support a bill as offered by Sen. Mae Beavers and Will you support a state Will you support a state requiring entities and individuals Will you support a state
Tennessee Constitution’s legislation that will nullify Will you support requiring that any firing range If YES, will you support a Will you support a state law that provides that no Attorney General to challenge that establishes a process for
legislation prohibiting to allow citizens to requiring government require the state to issue Will you support removing all taxes on the Rep. Mark Pody in 2014 (SB 1733), Will you support a state law to prohibit the state or law to limit the term who elect to prohibit citizens who law that provides that any
Will you support a limit on governmental unconstitutional federal a bill that will that was built or maintained provision in such a law law to prohibit any local committee of the General any federal law that may be the General Assembly to
local governments (city, carry lawfully owned or operated to individuals who are or legislation that would fully free exercise of the which would provide that a person law to render any federal any local government "school grounds" to a Will you support a state enter their property from legislation which has more Will you support a state
“Constitutional restrictions on wearing firearms laws and also allow law with tax dollars, including all that gives the individual government from Will you support a state Assembly can stop a bill Will you support a state applicable in Tennessee or determine whether a federal
county, etc.) from possessed firearms on buildings or properties who agree to be subject to restore all rights to keep Second Amendment has an absolute right to store any taxes or restrictions on the from regulating any aspect specific and clearly law that allows civilians to carrying firearms to provide sponsors than would be Will you support a state law that establishes a
Carry” Bill allowing firearms by supporting require the state abiding citizens, state or local agency firing the right to seek civil regulating any aspect of law that requires that the from progressing to the law or referendum that which results in any tax law violates State sovereignty
placing any limitations government run or that constitutionally (TN a “militia call” military and bear arms to which would include the legally possessed items, including a purchase or ownership of of civilian firearms defined campus and to own, possess, use and adequate security to guarantee required to pass the law that provides for an "recall" process whereby
individuals to carry legislation repealing all state government to protect the including ranges, must be made damages and/or civilian firearms US Constitution, the Bill of floor for consideration by provides a process for burden on Tennesseans which or the rights of the citizens and
on the rights of funded college Constitution Article 1, grade weapons, including individuals who have elimination of fees or firearm, in any legally possessed firearms suppressors as a ownership, purchase, require appropriate transport historical the safety of those individuals legislation if presented for elected state Attorney the citizens can vote to
a legally possessed laws and regulations residents of Tennessee educators, to available to the public when injunctive relief, including ownership, purchase, Rights and the State all elected legislators if the recall elections for all violates any provision of the vests the General Assembly
individuals regarding campuses in Section 26) prohibit the machineguns, if the cost of committed misdemeanors taxes imposed on the motor vehicle so long as the person declared violation of the carry, use or possession, signage relative to military items, including and to make those who elect to a floor vote must be General? remove the Attorney
firearm concealed restricting the wearing of from the enforcement of carry firearms the range is not actively in statutory damages and carry, use or possession, Constitution be taught in number of votes required elected officials? Constitution, including but not with the authority to appoint
firearms, including the Tennessee including possession of firearms by such equipment and the and non-violent felonies ownership, purchase, is parking where parking is 2nd and 10th including the legal whether and to what vehicles, armaments and infringe the self-defense rights presented and considered General?
or openly without a firearms by citizens unless federal firearms laws which on government use by the agency for whose attorney's fees, against including possession in schools? to kill the legislation in limited to the enumerated and fund a special counsel to
ability to purchase, private schools that citizens to provide a free actual administrative costs once their sentence has transfer, carry or use of otherwise allowed and providing Amendments and thus possession of firearms in extent firearms may be ammunition? civilly liable for any harm or on the floor of each House
government permit? the law demonstrates a violate the 2nd K-12 school use the range was initially 
 any individual or entity public parks, greenways such committee is less powers doctrine, the 2nd challenge such 

possess, use or carry accept government on-site storage facilities to the state government been fully completed? firearms and/or that such individual cannot be void in Tennessee? public buildings or on possessed on such damage occurring after the right in which such sponsorship
"well defined relation to the Amendment and/or the grounds? intended? that violates that right? and similar locations? than the number of Amendment and/or the 10th federal laws or enactments?
firearms? funds? for civilian firearms? are paid by the 
 ammunition? criminally prosecuted or fired for public property? properties? of self-defense has been levels are met?
prevention of crime?” 10th Amendment? sponsors on the bill? Amendment?
individual member? doing so? impaired?

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TN Senate Steve Southerland 1 R Morristown No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN Senate Rusty Crowe 3 R Johnson City No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN Senate Randy McNally 5 R Oak Ridge No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN Senate Cheri K. Siler 7 D Knoxville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN Senate Mike Alford 7 R Knoxville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN Senate Richard Briggs 7 R Knoxville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN Senate Stacey Campfield 7 R Knoxville Yes Yes Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes++ Yes Yes++ Yes Yes Yes++ No Yes++ Yes Yes++ Yes Yes Yes++

TN Senate Mike Bell 9 R Riceville No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused
TN Senate Bo Watson 11 R Hixson No No Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused Refused