Shelby County Judicial Races: The Parties Choose 

Democrats and Republicans make their endorsement lists, but does partisanship skew the issue?

There are all kinds of human stories in this campaign year. There is Julie Byrd's, for example. One of four candidates in the highly competitive race for Circuit Court Judge, District 1, Byrd shows up at every event imaginable — that being one…

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