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Congressional race roundup, District One

Alan Woodruff is running for office in the 1st Congressional District. He calls himself a “Blue Dog” Democrat—an increasingly rare breed these days—and hopes to win the party’s nomination and go on to defeat the incumbent, Republican U.S. Rep. Phil

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These doctors make House calls

Two Tennessee congressmen will co-host a “telephone town hall” today: U.S. Reps. Scott DesJarlais and Phil Roe, of Tennessee’s 4th and 1st Districts respectively, “will be discussing issues that are important to veterans and senior citizens,” according to an e-mail

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Shock and awe

TriCities.com reports that U.S. Rep. Phil Roe, M.D. of Tennessee’s First District helped save a man’s life by administering CPR and then using an automated external defibrillator. “When I got there he wasn’t breathing,” Roe told the Daily Caller, a

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The Tenn. eleven, two by two

I have created a page that lists the whole congressional delegation for the 112th Congress, which begins in January. The information listed with each member will be enhanced to include, among other things, campaign finance disclosures, voting records, and full

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2010 Voter Guide: U.S. House of Representatives District One

After August 5, I will update the page to include all the candidates that will appear on the November ballot. But for now, here are your Democratic Party and Republican Party candidates for Congress in Tennessee’s First District.

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