New Directions 

In Nashville, state Democrats get revved up; in Memphis, the county commission changes course.

NASHVILLE — When U.S. senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) was announced as the keynote speaker for this year's Jackson Day dinner in Nashville, a staple of the Tennessee Democratic Party's annual calendar, there was initially not much enthusiasm in party ranks. A somewhat…

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