Post Tagged with: "Election 08: TN Legislature"
Fifteen candidates vying for one of the state’s three constitutional offices searched for the right answers to impress Republican Caucus members today.Read more ›
Governor Phil Bredesen says Democratic candidates faced a stiff headwind on Election Day. Senator John McCain won the state by 15-points. His coattails helped drive a new Republican majority into the legislature.Read more ›
With both houses of the state legislature now in Republican control, the future of the state’s current Constitutional officers is in question.Read more ›
Three seats in the legislature’s upper chamber went into the Republican column last night, throwing the balance of power to the GOP in what was an evenly divided body.Read more ›
Insurance agent Eric Stewart kept the 14th District Senate Seat under Democratic control by beating out Mike Neiderhauser last night.Read more ›
In state senate district 22, near Clarksville, Democrat Tim Barnes is the only name appearing on the ballot. A dispute during the primaries forced incumbent Rosalind Kurita to run as a write-in candidate, meaning she has to get voters to actually enter her name on electronic voting machines.
In Tennessee there are three ways voters can enter a write-in candidate’s name, depending on the type of machine.Read more ›