Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained 

Both parties have candidates taking their best (long) shot on August 2nd.

An event held week before last in Cordova emphasized not only the current fact of Republican domination of suburban Shelby County but of the never-say-die attitude of core Democrats in that neck of the woods. A fund-raiser for County Commission District 1,…

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