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Congressman Chuck Fleischmann’s Statement On The Presidential Election

Chattanooga, TN - As the 2020 Presidential Election results continue to be counted, Congressman Chuck Fleischmann released the following statement: 

“Our primary concern in this election has been protecting the sanctity of the ballot box. Just as President Donald Trump has said all along, universal mail-in voting provides opportunity for voter fraud, and that’s been apparent throughout this election,” said Congressman Fleischmann. “The states that are still counting votes must increase transparency to ensure the American people have complete faith in our electoral process. I continue to stand with President Trump during this process, and encourage my fellow Republicans to do the same.”


Supreme Court’s Travel Ban Ruling

Congressman Fleischmann released the following statement on the Supreme Court’s travel ban ruling:
“I agree with the Supreme Court’s ruling and the need for proper vetting for those who wish to enter our nation. The safety of our nation is of paramount importance and our first priority must always be the protection of our country and our citizens.”
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Work resumes on new Chickamauga lock after nearly four-year hiatus

As U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, R-Tenn., and Nashville district officers from the Army Corps of Engineers watched across a canal, workers from Rembco Geotechnical Contractors began drilling into the bedrock of the Tennessee River to shore up the coffer dam in which the new lock will be erected over the next six years.

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From policy to karaoke: Q&A with Rep. Chuck Fleischmann

Rep. Chuck Fleischmann (R-Tenn.) stopped by Nooga.com Monday afternoon to field a few questions, ranging from government policy to his go-to karaoke song of choice.

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Chuck Fleischmann says he's stockpiled nearly $800,000 to defend his seat

The Chattanooga Republican says that he raised more than $250,000 in the third quarter that ended Sept. 30. He plans to report this week to the Federal Election Commission that his total cash on hand is nearly $800,000.

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