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Ten—yes, ten—years blogging about Tennessee politics

I don’t feel much like an active blogger (or writer of any kind, bar work emails) these days, but I had to carve out a moment to mark the tenth anniversary of this thing. A decade seems to lend a

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Voter Guides update

I’m taking down the candidate pages due to inaccuracies that can’t possibly be remedied in time. Plus, they’re not very helpful. You can find lists of candidates at the Secretary of State’s website, which is also where you can find

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Announcing a new feature: “MyDistricts”

Hi, reader. A long list of valid reasons has detained me from updating this site and writing political columns, but with the August election so near, I wanted to share with you the latest and get your feedback on current

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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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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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