Samantha Hearn. Franklin Home Page. April 5, 2016.
Two Williamson County women joined 21 others in announcing their candidacies for the Tennessee state legislature Tuesday at the Women for Tennessee’s Future (WTF) headquarters in Nashville.
Steve Haruch. Best of Nashville. Nashville Scene. October 10, 2013.
In this case, WTF doesn’t stand for what it often stands for — it’s actually Women for Tennessee’s Future. But that’s a bit of a back formation, because the group really was born of frustration: Why aren’t there more politically minded women seeking and getting elected to office in Tennessee — and WTF is up with that?
Steven Hale. Pith in the Wind. Nashville Scene. August 12, 2013.
There isn’t a place to park within a block of Megan Barry’s Belmont-area home during happy hour on Friday evening.
The at-large Metro councilwoman, who would be the city’s first Madam Mayor, is hosting a cocktail party / fundraiser for Women for Tennessee’s Future, or WTF, the political action committee that gave $3,000 to her fledgling 2015 mayoral campaign last quarter. And it’s a full house.