Tag: Kevin Kookogey

For Carr, no news is not necessarily good news

The Gannett news organization last night filed an update on the Republican primary race for U.S. Senate in Tennessee, only there is not much to glean from it in terms of major developments. Basically, Rep. Joe Carr still hopes he

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Some Tea Party members OK with the Carr, but not with the driver

The BEAT LAMAR organization formally endorsed Rep. Joe Carr in the race for U.S. Senate. This surprises me none. The vetting session in Chattanooga was the third of five, and it was fairly clear then that the group’s path ahead

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Kookogey Google News dislodged from my Feedly, and other gobbledygook

The “unannounced candidate” announced that he is not a candidate. Kevin Kookogey will not join Rep. Joe Carr in challenging U.S. Lamar Alexander. Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett, however, retains his spot in my list of potentials. Chairmen to battle

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The week in headlines

About as unannounced as a DUI checkpoint Republicans are “bracing themselves” (seriously?) for a campaign announcement by Kevin Kookogey, who says he will not attend any more “Beat Lamar” vetting sessions because he is an “unannounced candidate.” Karma ‘coma Trace

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Dust settles on bleak landscape after campaign shake-up

I hope you enjoyed the excitement Tuesday morning when Rep. Joe Carr announced he will run against U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander. It was possibly the most we will experience until, oh, the 2018 gubernatorial race. My guess is that Carr

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