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Holleman folds in game of 21

Nashville-Davidson Metro Councilman Jason Holleman bowed out of the race for an open Senate seat created by Sen. Douglas Henry’s retirement, reports Pith in the Wind. His exit leaves attorney Jeff Yarbro and progressive activist Mary Mancini.

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Pizza, stalkers, Godwin’s law, and gerbils

The fundraiser for Sen. Stacey Campfield that was mistakenly announced via state email accounts, was denied by the venue owner to have ever been requested, and was subsequently moved to another location, today gets explained by Campfield in a post

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Closing a strange chapter in state history

Sen. Charlotte Burks announced over the weekend that she will not seek re-election in 2014. Burks, who has represented the 15th District since 1998, came to serve in office in a most unusual way: she was written-in by voters after

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New for November, the Nooga voter guides

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

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Candidates using video to connect to voter segments

U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann spent part of Wednesday doing construction work along U.S. Highway 27 in Chattanooga as part of his “Chuck on the Job” series. And in case you missed it elsewhere, Chattanooga City Councilman Andraé McGary performed a

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