Monthly Archives: January 2012

Susan Lynn: I can see my house from my old district

Former Rep. Susan Lynn likely will not be running for her old House seat following the recent redistricting. Lynn posted on Facebook a detailed close-up of the new district boundary between Districts 46 and 57, illustrating that her home is

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The state on the State of the State

Reactions to Haslam agenda from around Tennessee

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Congressional race roundup, District Eight

Sen. Roy Herron of Dresden announced last week that he is not running for re-election. Herron, a longtime state legislator who started a 2010 run for governor and then switched to the 8th Congressional District race, which he lost to

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Congressional race roundup, District Four

District 4 The biggest news from the significantly redesigned 4th District is that the man considered the chief architect and beneficiary of the new map, Sen. Bill Ketron of Murfreesboro, apparently doesn’t think he can “cut the mustard” and take

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Congressional race roundup, District Three

With redistricting all but finished (caveat: lawsuits could be filed) and the official start to the August primary election season just over a week away, it’s time to check-in on recent happenings around the state. Some congressional districts have been

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