State election officials are warning the state's 475 Democratic and Republican county election commissioners that they will get bounced off the local panels if they cross over and vote in the opposite party's Aug. 7 primary election.
Our tired and unoriginal 3rd District incumbent Republican congressman, Chuck Fleischmann, has adopted the ultra-right's "we-can't-trust ..." chant often aimed at the president to paint his youthful and energetic opponent with a completely deceptive message and manipulated photograph in a mailer advertisement sent out last week.
The doorway to TennCare is like "the eye of a needle," according to legal and health care experts.
Chances are, if state Sen. Jim Tracy, R-Shelbyille, is elected in November as Tennessee's 4th District congressman, his conservative ranking will be nearly as high in 2016 as that of the incumbent he is facing in the Aug. 7 Republican Party primary.
U.S. Rep. Chuck Fleischmann, R-Chattanooga, in person is deferential but guarded, earnest but reticent. Some of his negative ads are another thing entirely.
Die-hard tea party enthusiasts — not those who lent their names to the movement in 2010 simply to object to President Barack Obama's economic overreaches — would like to believe they have an opportunity to knock off Tennessee Sen. Lamar Alexander in the Aug. 7 Republican primary.
On Tuesday, we had the fastest Internet on the planet. We were Dale Jr. on fiber optics; everybody else, the Ingalls family.
Pardon me boys, is that a new Chattanooga Choo Choo?
How dangerous, really, are those rockets Hamas has been firing at Israel? Is the Israeli Defense Force like an armored soldier turning his weapons on a kid shooting spitballs?
A U.S. House and Senate known for gridlock may be on the verge of passing legislation that is not only bipartisan but has a positive benefit for citizens.
Before you condemn Russia for killing 300 people, guess who supplied Israel the bombs and rockets to kill 650 Palestinians?
Are all UAW members as unhappy as those in the July 11 front page photo appear to be? Try smiling for a change.
President Obama goes to Texas not to check the border but to pick up a check.
Being conservative, accessible, competent, an experienced and proven leader, possessing excellent business skills, being extremely hard-working and having a great desire to serve our state are qualities I want in my state representative in District 27.
Much has been made of the immigration crisis as unaccompanied children among others from Central America are illegally entering this country in uncontrollable numbers.
Several Patsy Hazlewood fans have touted her for District 27 representative because she is “politically flexible” with “no political obligations.” If those statements are true, so, too, is the corollary; she has no political convictions, either.
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