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Lt. Governor McNally touts conservative endorsements in state Senate race
July 15, 2022

NASHVILLE -- Tennessee Right to Life and the National Rifle Association have endorsed Lt. Governor Randy McNally (R-Oak Ridge) in his campaign for re-election as state Senator in District 5. Both organizations are well-known and well-established conservative organizations fighting for constitutional rights.

“I am grateful for the support of the oldest and largest gun rights organization in our nation. Throughout my career, I have always worked to protect the right that secures all our other rights,” said Lt. Governor McNally of the National Rifle Association endorsement. “I am thankful to the NRA for their advocacy for the Second Amendment and their support.

“I am tremendously grateful for the endorsement of Tennessee Right to Life. We have worked consistently over the years to make Tennessee the most pro-life state in the nation,” said McNally of the pro-life endorsement. “Thanks to the Supreme Court and our trigger law, abortion on demand is over for good in Tennessee.”

"Tennesseans have made great strides in restoring common-sense protections for the unborn and for abortion-vulnerable women, girls and families," said Roger Kane, president of Tennessee Right to Life Political Action Committee. "But there remains much work to do which will require courage and conviction now that the Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade. Tennessee Right to Life strongly believes that Lt. Governor McNally record of support for the sanctity of human life makes him qualified to speak for those who have no other voice. We urge every pro-life voter in the 5th District to work and vote for his re-election.”

Tennessee’s fiscal conscience, Lt. Governor Randy McNally is the second Republican Tennessee Senate Speaker in modern history and the first from Anderson County in nearly 150 years. As chair of the Senate’s Finance, Ways and Means Committee for a decade, McNally oversaw the General Assembly’s only constitutionally prescribed duty: the passage of a balanced budget. His work on the Finance Committee in both the House and the Senate has been his passion and where he made his greatest impact on the state. Recognized across the state as a finance and budget expert, McNally’s leadership has been critical in keeping Tennessee’s budget in balance and its “Triple-A” credit rating.


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