Senator Thompson represented the kind of Tennessee values that I will champion in Washington. Senator Thompson has not endorsed my campaign, but he knows what you and I know about our state. We believe in cutting taxes and cutting wasteful spending. After all, Tennessee is one of the few states in the Union that currently does not have a State Income Tax. That’s the kind of common sense approach to the role of government I’ll apply as a member of the United States House of Representatives.
March 16, 2009 - Evans Demands Gordon Repay $7,250 for Taxpayer Funded European Vacation
February 27, 2009 – A Great Day at the Nashville Tea Party
I was one of several speakers today at the Nashville Tea Party. A crowd of 600 showed up on a dreary rainy day to tell Congress to Repeal the Pork or Retire. »
February 26, 2009 – “My Message to Bart Gordon: Repeal the Pork or Retire!”
Judson Phillips, the local Nashville conservative organizer of the Nashville edition of the Nationwide Chicago Tea Party, which will be held simultaneously in 50 cities across the country tomorrow, has invited me to be one of the featured speakers at the event. »
February 19, 2009 - Is Bart Gordon Vacationing in Europe on Taxpayers’ Dime?
In these tough economic times many Middle Tennesseans are struggling to make ends meet. Layoffs, home foreclosures, bankruptcies, high electric bills, and high taxes make it hard for ends to meet. In this environment, I question why Bart Gordon apparently travelled to Europe this week at taxpayer’s expense. »
February 18, 2009 – Did Bart Gordon Fail to Deliver?
Dave Evans, conservative Republican candidate for the Sixth Congressional District seat, today criticized incumbent Democrat Bart Gordon for failing to deliver on promised “saved or created” stimulus jobs for Murfreesboro and MTSU. “If recent reports in the Washington Post are true, Bart Gordon may well be in Europe at this moment at taxpayers’ expense,” Evans said. “Bart Gordon may be stimulating jobs at European resorts, but he sure isn’t stimulating jobs in Middle Tennessee.” »