Luttrell Now Wary of Running for "Weak-Mayor" Job 

The many Republicans who, as Sheriff Mark Luttrell acknowledges, have been urging him to run for Shelby County Mayor in 2010 may have to start looking hard in another direction. There had been numerous reports of late (noted by the Flyer) that…

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