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TN: Casada looking to return GOP leadership

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By Andrea Zelinski | TNReport

State Rep. Glen Casada

NASHVILLE — Tennessee state Rep. Glen Casada says that if he learned anything from his GOP leadership successor state Rep. Debra Maggart, it’s to take nothing for granted.

Casada, R-Franklin, is looking to reclaim his seat as the House Republican Caucus chairman and replace Maggart, R-Hendersonville, following her fiery primary election defeat fueled by Second Amendment advocates who disapproved of her role in blocking a key gun bill.

“Being in leadership is very time consuming, and if you’re not careful, it can overwhelm you with your responsibilities for the caucus,” Casada told TNReport in a recent interview.

“You can maybe put your district in second place — and just enough where it can cost you an election. I’m not saying that’s what happened to Debra, but it’s something you’ve got to be mindful of,” he said.

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