Post Tagged with: "Mitt Romney"

Franklin Man Charged In Scheme To Extort Mitt Romney

Franklin Man Charged In Scheme To Extort Mitt Romney

by / on June 26, 2013

A scheme to defraud presidential candidate Mitt Romney has resulted in the indictment of a man in Franklin. Thirty-four year-old Michael Mancil Brown is charged with extortion and wire fraud.

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Electoral College Casts Tennessee Votes for Romney

by / on December 17, 2012

As a winner take all state Tennessee’s 11 electoral votes go to Mitt Romney, who won the state in landslide despite losing nationally

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GOP Still Gone Country

GOP Still Gone Country

by / on November 2, 2012

Both presidential campaigns have their distinct soundtracks. And on the Republican side, it’s still got a twang.

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ECD Chief to Temporarily Leave Post for Romney Position

by / on September 10, 2012

Tennessee’s top economic development official has raised his hand for a temporary job with Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign. Commissioner Bill Hagerty – a longtime Romney supporter – is taking unpaid leave from his state job.

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Santorum Wins Tennessee With Ease

Santorum Wins Tennessee With Ease

by / on March 6, 2012

Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum picked up an easy win in Tennessee, the state with the third most delegates at stake for Super Tuesday. The Associated Press called the race less than an hour after polls closed.

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Santorum Plays Well with Tennessee Church Crowd, Romney Closing Gap

Santorum Plays Well with Tennessee Church Crowd, Romney Closing Gap

by / on March 5, 2012

Even as the Republican presidential race tightens in Tennessee, new research from MTSU finds the state’s regular church-goers favor Rick Santorum six-to-one over Mitt Romney.

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Tennessee Early Voting Ends as Candidates Make Appearances

by / on February 28, 2012

The final day of early voting comes as candidates in the GOP primary are becoming more active in the state. Turnout has been picking up in most counties since polls opened nearly two weeks ago.

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Santorum Leads in Vanderbilt Poll, Headed to Fundraise in Nashville

by / on February 27, 2012

Republican Presidential candidate Rick Santorum received cheers on Saturday in Chattanooga after calling President Barack Obama a “snob” for his views that every American child should go to college.

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Nashville Voters Cast Primary Ballots ASAP

Nashville Voters Cast Primary Ballots ASAP

by / on February 15, 2012

The first day of early voting in the Presidential Primary brought out Tennesseans both eager to cast a ballot and just ready to get it over with. Even before many of the candidates have made campaign swings through the state, many voters have already made up their mind.

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With Perry Exit, GOP Hopefuls Pursue Ramsey Endorsement

by / on January 19, 2012

Tennessee Lieutenant Governor Ron Ramsey lost his candidate for the GOP presidential
Bid Thursday when Texas Governor Rick Perry dropped out of the race. So, suddenly, Ramsey’s phone is ringing as the remaining candidates seek his backing.

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