Glen Casada

Glen Casada files to unseat Williamson County clerk

State Rep. Glen Casada, who represents Williamson County as part of Tennessee's 63rd district, filed on Monday to run for Williamson County clerk, a position currently held by Jeff Whidby. Whidby's grandmother, Elaine Anderson, previously held the position from 1988-2019 before resigning due to health concerns. The Williamson County Commission...

Glen Casada, aides subpoenaed in relation to PAC

Potentially more problems are brewing for former Tennessee House Speaker Glen Casada and several of his closest allies and aides. On Thursday, the Tennessee Registry of Election Finance voted to issue subpoenas for Casada, R-Franklin, as well as Rep. Todd Warner, R-Chapel Hill, and Casada's former chief of staff Cade Cothren along with several others.

Glen Casada: The rise and fall of a House Speaker

Two and a half years removed from resignation as House Speaker and a year from an FBI raid, Rep. Glen Casada continues to grapple with the reason for his exit. Despite an overwhelming no-confidence vote by his own House Republican Caucus in 2019, Casada still contends his only fault was participating in a handful of […] The post Glen Casada: The rise and fall of a House Speaker appeared first on Tennessee Lookout.

State Rep. Glen Casada says he won't seek re-election in 2022

State Rep. Glen Casada, who represents eastern Williamson County, announced on Wednesday that he would not seek re-election in 2022, marking the end of his almost 20-year career in the state legislature. “This decision comes after much prayer and thought,” Casada said in a statement. “I am blessed and grateful...