Andy Holt

 Update June 14, 2016

A West Tennessee lawmaker is giving away not one — but two — military-style rifles in the wake of this weekend's shooting at a nightclub in Orlando.

State Rep. Andy Holt says he's trying to make a point that guns aren't to blame for the violence.

A West Tennessee lawmaker is telling drivers to trash their traffic tickets — at least those generated by enforcement cameras.

In an online video that's already received a quarter million views since it was posted Wednesday, state Rep. Andy Holt, R-Dresden, says drivers need to fight the companies behind the cameras.

Holt argues citations generated by traffic cameras aren't legally enforceable. And to drive that point home, he takes a lighter to one he's received.

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Tennessee State Representative Andy Holt is seeking an opinion from the Attorney General on whether or not traffic camera companies are breaking the law.

Alex Britt took office Tuesday as Weakley County, Tennessee's new administrator of elections, after being approved last month by the county election commission.

Britt's bid was endorsed by Tennessee state Rep. Andy Holt. Previous election administrator Barbara Castleman alleged that Holt replaced three Republican  election commissioners in order to ensure that Britt would get the job.

Weakley County, Tennessee’s election administrator is crying foul over moves made by a local lawmaker to reshuffle the county’s election commission.

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A Nashville television station is alleging Tennessee State Rep. Andy Holt has committed violations and contaminated a creek while farming hogs in Weakley County. But state regulators haven’t taken any action against him.

Tennessee Horse Slaughter Bill Opposition

Apr 17, 2012

Opponents of a bill seeking to attract horse slaughter facilities to Tennessee hope the measure finally meets its demise in the General Assembly.  The Senate version of the bill was taken off notice last week, though the sponsor says he will revive the measure if the House approves the companion bill.  The lower chamber was scheduled to take up its version of Representative Andy Holt’s bill Monday evening.