Tag: voter guide

New for November, the Nooga voter guides

TennesseeTicket.com has again collaborated with Nooga.com to produce voter guides for the 2012 election in Hamilton County, Tennessee.* Click the logo to get started. The Nooga.com guides include the following races and ballot measures: Federal President & Vice President U.S.

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Top Tales for Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Gentle reader, here are some of the latest stories in Tennessee politics. The Hamilton County Democratic Party holds its annual Kefauver Dinner fundraiser tonight at the Chattanooga Choo Choo Imperial Ballroom. The keynote speaker will be U.S. Rep. Steve Cohen,

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Introducing the all-new August 2012 Voter Guide

Since 2006, when another blogger and I collaborated to bring you “Battle for the General Assembly” (a guide to that year’s state legislative races), this site has sought ways to pool resources in an effort to bring you the most

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2010 Voter Guide updates

I’ve just completed the guides for all congressional districts that have contested primaries today. The guides for Tennessee Governor, U.S. House of Representatives, state Senate, and Hamilton County races are all available in the left sidebar or via the menu

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More election guides

David Morton has published election guides on the Government & Politics blog at Chattarati. The information therein is similar to what you get here, but the organization and layout are different. The more ways there are to get voters informed

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