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Republicans didn’t always have the upper hand in Tennessee.
“Back in the old days, when I first got involved in politics, you had to beg someone to run as a Republican,” House Speaker Beth Harwell, R- Nashville, said. “Now that’s not the case.”
Now Tennessee features a Republican majority in the state House and Senate along with a Republican governor.
As Election Day approaches, the party appears poised to increase its dominance over state politics.
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