POLITICS: Before the Freeze 

Before the rain, er, snow, er, sleet, er, the big freeze came, a couple of events (at least!) got in under the Doppler screen.

Juvenile Court judge candidate Veronica Coleman had a reception at the Stax Museum. Here she chats with two other candidates -- Kevin Gallagher, who seeks the Democratic nomination for Criminal Court clerk, and Happy Jones, who's running for a seat on the Charter Commission.

Also on Thursday night, The Young Republicans held another in what will presumably be a series. Attending a Young Republican forum for District 1 county commission candidates were Mike Ritz and Mike Rude, Position 1 rivals, and Position 2 candidates Mike Carpenter and Karla Templeton.

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