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These are candidates for governor, U.S. Senate, U.S. Senate, Tennessee Senate and Tennessee House seats.        ... [Read More]
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The candidate answers The Tennessean Editorial Board's questionnaire.        ... [Read More]
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Businessman Bill Lee answers questions from The Tennessean editorial board.        ... [Read More]
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Among new data, the Volunteer State's ranking on ease of voting plummeted from 10th to 48th from 1996 to 2016.        ... [Read More]
Marsha Blackburn, Phil Bredesen, Karl Dean and Bill Lee have agreed to have a conversation before the public.        ... [Read More]
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The issue comes down to an issue of trust and transparency. Trust is something journalists have been working so hard to build with readers.      ... [Read More]
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United States' northern neighbor is the No. 1 importer of Volunteer State goods.        ... [Read More]
The name of the event came from the fact that Tennessee ranked 50th in voter turnout in 2014 and 49th in 2016.        ... [Read More]
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The YWCA's AMEND Together is helping men and boys make Nashville the safest place in the U.S. for women and girls.        ... [Read More]
Soccer has the potential to create more equitable growth, jobs and business opportunities.        ... [Read More]
Americans win when they are better informed and have professionals reporting on their behalf.        ... [Read More]
The parallels between the deaths of Ronald Joyce in 1973 and Daniel Hambrick in 2018 are uncanny.        ... [Read More]
After the Daniel Hambrick shooting involving Nashville police, Mayor David Briley makes a welcome call for accountability, patience and calm.        ... [Read More]
Metropolitan Clerk Elizabeth Waites' actions with Community Oversight Now petitions at Nashville City Hall only furthered distrust among some voters.        ... [Read More]
The Volunteer State's new governor, U.S. senator and legislators must focus on the issues that affect Tennesseans.        ... [Read More]
The population is up by 3 percent, but the number of voters is down by 8 percent. We're on track to see only a third... [Read More]
While Jones has not previously served in public office, he has a unique background that would make him an effective legislator.        ... [Read More]
The candidate answered The Tennessean Editorial Board's questionnaire.        ... [Read More]
Jim Shulman is a consensus builder with countywide and district experience who plans to start the 2019 budget process immediately.        ... [Read More]
Watch a live broadcast with Amanda Smithfield on Monday at 9 a.m. CT.        ... [Read More]
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