It's Herenton for Four More Years 

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Memphis Mayor Willie Herenton won his fifth term tonight with 42 percent of the vote. City Councilwoman Carol Chumney placed second with 35 percent, followed by former MLGW CEO Herman Morris with 21 percent. The numbers were: Herenton, 70, 177 Chumney, 57,…

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