It Ain't Over Yet 

Wharton, other incumbents win big, but a potentially edgy council runoff remains.

Unsurprisingly, there were no surprises in the 2011 Memphis city election — unless you count the apparent irrelevance of Mayor A C Wharton's maiden effort at a Ford-style coattails ballot. Otherwise, the mayor — who breezed to an easy 2-to-1 victory over…

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