Updating the Scoreboard 

Holden's still holding, John Ford's back, and Chumney's keeping the door open.

At a meeting of the Shelby County Election Commission Monday that had to be excruciatingly painful for SCEC administrator Rich Holden, the two minority Democrats on the commission called for Holden's firing and for more commission oversight on procedural reforms. For the…

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