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Going through withdrawals

I’ve been filling out the voter guide pages, and have noticed that some names that were expected to show up on the list of qualified candidates for August ended up not being there. Here are a few of them: Fall

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Posted in TN House Elections, U.S. House Elections

Congressional race roundup, District Three

With redistricting all but finished (caveat: lawsuits could be filed) and the official start to the August primary election season just over a week away, it’s time to check-in on recent happenings around the state. Some congressional districts have been

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Posted in Tennessee Federal Elections, U.S. House Elections

Political Christmas greetings

From U.S. Rep. Diane Black: Wishing You a Merry Christmas… Even if I’m not supposed to It seems like every year during the holidays, we get reminded of how political correctness has run amok in this country.¬† Recently we had

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Bhalla draws a plan for citizen involvement

Ron Bhalla, the newest candidate to seek the GOP nomination in Tennessee’s Third Congressional District, wants to change how business is done in the U.S. House of Representatives. In an interview on Monday, he said that he would communicate every

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Posted in Campaign Finance, U.S. House Elections

Robin Smith not running

Robin Smith says she will not run for the 3rd District Congressional seat but will focus on her consulting business. More to come. UPDATE 2: Weston Wamp, the young son of former U.S. Rep. Zach Wamp (who was in office

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Posted in U.S. House Elections