Tag: Bob Corker

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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Corker called out

The Daily Caller interviewed Zach Poskevich, one of several candidates planning to challenge U.S. Sen. Bob Corker in 2012. Poskevich believes that Corker’s voting record is simply not conservative enough. “Anywhere from seven out of 10 times, he votes with

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