Holding on Tight 

The 2014 election results could hinge on whose coattails — or hugs — count for most. Witness Amy Weirich and Judge Joe Brown.

What is interesting at this stage of Election 2014 in Shelby County is the degree to which what used to be called "coattails" loom larger than usual. The endorsement game gets played in every election, of course, but there is usually a…

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