The three leading Republican candidates for Tennessee governor today are making a number of campaign stops in the final push to reach voters before Thursday’s primary election.
But the mode of transportation chosen by each will determine just how much of the state can be covered. Knoxville Mayor Bill Haslam’s itinerary suggests that air travel will be necessary. U.S. Rep. Zach Wamp tweeted his disapproval of his rival’s flight plan, and said that he will stay in his “used RV.” Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey’s schedule includes cities and towns exclusively in East Tennessee, the home of his state Senate district.
No information has been received regarding Basil Marceaux’s travel plans or choice of transportation.