Please review these seven points you need to know about Obergefell V Hodges.

Before reviewing the following questions about the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2015 ruling in Obergefell v Hodges, it is important to understand these seven (7) introductory points. David will go over the major issues concerning the ruling such as common law, federalism, our Tennessee Constitution, and prior Supreme Court rulings.

Most people believe that the Obergefell ruling only had to do with two people of the same sex getting to marry. But many fail to recognize the significance of this ruling in terms of judicial supremacy, federalism, and the separation of powers. We hope that this review will help you better understand what the ruling did and did not do.

We asked all the candidates:

Please review these seven points you need to know about Obergefell V Hodges.

These are were their answers:

I have watched the video and understand these introductory points to the Obergefell v Hodges ruling.

The following candidates answered this way.
Carol Abney

Carol Abney

Republican

House District 38 Candidate

Janice Bowling

Sen. Janice Bowling

Republican

Senate District 16

Diane Canada

Diane Canada

Republican

House District 56 Candidate

Glen Casada

Rep. Glen Casada

Republican

House District 63

Scott Cepicky

Rep. Scott Cepicky

Republican

House District 64

Vincent Cuevas

Vincent Cuevas

Republican

House District 92 Candidate

Tandy Darby

Tandy Darby

Republican

House District 76 Candidate

Elaine Davis

Elaine Davis

Republican

House District 13 Candidate

John Dawson

John Dawson

Republican

House District 67 Candidate

Bruce Griffey

Rep. Bruce Griffey

Republican

House District 75

Esther Helton

Rep. Esther Helton

Republican

House District 30

Joey Hensley

Sen. Joey Hensley

Republican

Senate District 28

Matthew Hill

Rep. Matthew Hill

Republican

House District 7

Ronnie Holden

Ronnie Holden

Republican

House District 47 Candidate

Kelly Keisling

Rep. Kelly Keisling

Republican

House District 38

Tom Leatherwood

Rep. Tom Leatherwood

Republican

House District 99

Becky Duncan Massey

Sen. Becky Duncan Massey

Republican

Senate District 6

John McMahan

John McMahan

Republican

House District 76 Candidate

Lee Mills

Lee Mills

Republican

House District 99 Candidate

Brandon Ogles

Rep. Brandon Ogles

Republican

House District 61

Gina Oster

Gina Oster

Republican

House District 18 Candidate

Patricia Possel

Patricia Possel

Republican

House District 96 Candidate

Paul Rose

Sen. Paul Rose

Republican

Senate District 32

Paul Sherrell

Rep. Paul Sherrell

Republican

House District 43

John Stevens

Sen. John Stevens

Republican

Senate District 24

Jai Templeton

Jai Templeton

Republican

Senate District 26 Candidate

Jarvus Turnley

Jarvus Turnley

Democrat

House District 66 Candidate

Terri Lynn Weaver

Rep. Terri Lynn Weaver

Republican

House District 40

Ryan Williams

Rep. Ryan Williams

Republican

House District 42

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