Category: Local Elections

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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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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On the trail: Hamilton County Commission District 7

David Morton spent some time listening to the three Republican candidates vying to replace outgoing Commissioner Larry L. Henry. Annexation is the hot topic in this local race, with much of the focus on past efforts to oppose being added

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Friday press conferences

Watch or read your favorite news outlets in the morning, as there will be political updates. On the local front here in Hamilton County, candidate for sheriff Chris Harvey says he’ll make an announcement at the Hamilton County Election Commission

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Preacher versus Parson for clerk

After evading a potentially major primary battle with school board chairman Mike Evatt, District 7 County Commissioner Larry Henry has picked up another challenger in his bid to become the next Circuit Court Clerk. Ron Parson collected his qualifying petition

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