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The U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 4th congressional district, serving since 2011.
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DesJarlais signs bill to stop congressional pay


Congressman Scott DesJarlais — who represents Moore County in the U.S. House of Representatives — joined with Congressman Jim Cooper (D-TN-05) to sign a bill that would deny congressional pay if Congress fails to pass its budget appropriations bill on time. Today marks day 1,000 since the Senate passed a budget. That’s almost three years. The No Budget, No Pay Act would prohibit members from receiving pay after missing deadlines for budget and appropriations bills, and it would not allow for that pay to be recouped once a budget is passed. ... By Tabitha ...


DesJarlais transforms from upstart to stalwart


Tea party candidate. Maverick backbencher. Primary target. U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais has worn all of those labels in the two years he’s been in politics. But now his public career appears to have taken a turn that could be the biggest surprise of all: standard-bearer of the Tennessee Republican establishment. Just 15 months after he shocked the political world with his win over Democratic Rep. Lincoln Davis, DesJarlais has grown into a surprisingly strong candidate for re-election. But even as his road clears to the Republican nomination for the 4th Congressional District, the ...


Democrats target Tennessee Rep. Scott DesJarlais


The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has launched a paid “grass-roots campaign” taking U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais, R-Tenn., to task, charging he has sided with fellow Republicans “to protect the wealthiest 1 percent at the expense of seniors and the middle class.” Automated or “robo calls” as well as live calls criticizing DesJarlais, a freshman lawmaker from Jasper, began today in the sprawling 4th Congressional District. The effort also includes online ads and an online “action center” where voters can write letters to newspapers ...



 
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