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Write-in candidate Angelia Stinnett on statewide listening tour

Chattanooga resident Angelia Stinnett, who became one of eleven Democrats across the state to officially register as write-in candidates for the United States Senate seat in protest of Mark Clayton’s official nomination, says she is traveling the state to interview

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The calm after the storm

Maybe we haven’t recovered fully from last week’s elections, but here are a few things that have happened since. Chattanooga elections may move Chattanooga City Councilwoman Deborah Scott is pushing to have the council, and then the voters, decide on

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I’ll take 2012 candidates with 19th-century names for 600, Alex

So you already knew about Mark Twain Clemens, a Bledsoe County resident who is challenging U.S. Sen. Bob Corker in the 2012 GOP primary. But here’s another name that evokes the Nineteenth Century: one Grover Cleveland Mullins Jr. is running

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Lenard says national situation requires ‘bold’ candidates

Brenda Lenard, a Republican candidate for U.S. Senate, was recently interviewed at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) by Kevin Jackson of TheTeaParty.net. Here’s the video: At 3:29 in, Lenard uses the phrase “enough is enough.” That seems to

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Hamilton County Lincoln Day Dinner, storified

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