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UT Advocacy is the official grassroots network of the University of Tennessee.

Our UT Advocates are thousands of alumni, employees, students and friends who believe in the University’s value to all Tennesseans and share that message with elected officials. We believe that your voice matters, and together, we can make a difference. Become an advocate today.


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Meet the new members of the Tennessee General Assembly

Meet the New Members of the General Assembly

In yesterday’s General Election, a total of 29 new members were elected to the Tennessee General Assembly in addition to 3 current House members that won their Senate bids. When the legislative session begins in January, the Tennessee General Assembly will not have seen such a change in membership in over 150 years. We invite … Continued


UT Knoxville Highlights Successes at House Education Summer Study

As House Education Committee members gathered for their summer study, an item of significance on their agenda was a presentation by UT Knoxville Interim Chancellor Wayne Davis about recent accomplishments of the campus, its students, and faculty. The presentation was made at the request of retiring House Education Instruction and Programs Committee Chair Rep. John … Continued


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Early Voting Underway for Primary Election

Early voting for state and federal primary elections is officially underway and continues until Saturday, July 28.  Early voting runs Mondays through Saturdays, and Primary Election Day is Thursday, August 2.  To view a sample ballot and find early voting locations, voters can download the GoVoteTN app, available in the App Store or Google Play. … Continued


The Facts Really Make A Difference

Earlier this week, the Gannett news organization in Tennessee put out a story across the state implying that the University of Tennessee lobbied for “secrecy laws” to be able to “hide” investments housed outside the U.S., specifically in the Cayman Islands. Our team believes that our UT Advocates deserve the facts that unfortunately did not … Continued


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