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Early voting begins Wednesday in some counties

Not all Tennessee counties hold primary elections, and some only have a primary for a single party. I have checked a few election commission websites, and it looks like tomorrow (Wednesday, April 16) marks the start of early voting in

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My, you look Marvel-ous

I have been drafting some screens to see how the voter helper app might look. Thanks to some pretty cool technology that didn’t exist years ago when I first had the idea, you can see these sketches as they’d appear

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Posted in Site News

Vote with confidence and style

Hi there. Do you struggle with overwhelming ballot choices, especially in these years when the eight-year terms come up in addition to all the four-year and two-year offices—not to mention the legalese often found in local ordinance or state constitution

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Editorial questions Gov. Haslam’s priorities after teacher pay reversal

J.C. Bowman, executive director of Professional Educators of Tennessee, on Tuesday penned a response to Gov. Bill Haslam’s decision to delay a promised increase in teacher salaries. With the disclaimer that matters related to teacher pay have a direct impact

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Supreme vote of confidence, or a game of chance(ry)

One of the most important local elections almost no one ever talks about is the Chancellor post. As an attorney friend (oxymoron? heh!) recently put it, the person who serves as chancellor becomes extremely important to you the instant your

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Posted in Hamilton County Elections, TN Judicial Elections

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