Monthly Archives: October 2012

New for November, the Nooga voter guides has again collaborated with to produce voter guides for the 2012 election in Hamilton County, Tennessee.* Click the logo to get started. The guides include the following races and ballot measures: Federal President & Vice President U.S.

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Gitcher pitcher made

Several driver license offices around the state will be open Saturday, Nov. 3 for special hours to assist citizens who need photo identification in order to vote in next Tuesday’s election.

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Deborah Scott drops mic so hard in the paint

Chattanooga City Councilwoman Deborah Scott has announced that she will not seek re-election after serving a single four-year term in District 1. Scott also wrote a thorough explanation for her decision. The news has been met with a great deal

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Clarification on using library card as ID for voting

Just so it’s clear to readers, the exception to allow a voter to show a library card as ID is only applicable (as upheld and pending further appeal) in Shelby County. No other governing body within Tennessee has allowed the

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Hargett, Ramsey not quite satisfied with Voter ID ruling

After the Tennessee Court of Appeals upheld the state’s requirement of voters to show photo identification at the polls, but also upheld library cards as valid forms of identification, Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey said the following: While allowing library cards

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