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A local Tea Party takeover attempt could be a portent of things to come in 2012.

With the 2012 election cycle approaching, and with much local attention focused of late on the generally left-of-center Occupy Memphis effort, how active is the right-leaning Tea Party in Shelby County politics? Here's a case in point: Traditionally, the Republican Party, in…

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