Post Tagged with: "2012election"
The biggest gathering of Democrats in Nashville last night was at Loews Vanderbilt Hotel â€“ a celebration for Rep. Jim Cooperâ€™s all-but certain re-election. Democrats primarily had to look to national politics to find something to cheer about.Read more ›
Davidson County election officials say they donâ€™t yet know why, but huge numbers of provisional ballots were needed on Election Day. Several precincts ran out and had to be resupplied.Read more ›
Time is running out for Tennesseans who bypassed early voting. Polls open at 7 am close at 7 o’clock tonight. The presidential race has created a difficult decision for some.Read more ›
The Tennessee Supreme Court says a Memphis library card will count as voter ID for this election. In an order released Thursday, the high court also said it would hear oral arguments in the politically charged case.Read more ›
Thursday is the final day of early voting in Tennessee ahead of next Tuesdayâ€™s election. In Nashville the ballot includes several referendums, including one on just who should be allowed to run Metro Public Works.Read more ›
Proposed taxes are drawing voters to the polls in several Tennessee counties, including Sumner, where a budget battle delayed the start of school by nearly two weeks. A $25 increase in car registrations is splitting voters who consider themselves conservative.Read more ›
The Tennessee Democratic Party is trying to take full advantage of news accounts detailing extra marital affairs of Republican Congressman Scott DesJarlais. The party chair now sees dethroning the freshman representative as a political parting shot.Read more ›