A quartet of Republicans make their case to succeed Mark Norris as state senator from District 32.
In the first of two scheduled formal debates this week, the four Republican candidates to succeed newly minted federal judge Mark Norris in his
The candidates for the District 32 state Senate special election are already in high gear.
"Nine days! That's all we've got!" Thus did George Chism exhort the supporters gathered around him last Wednesday for a meet-and-greet/fund-raiser at the Bank
In what may have been something of an omen, the first significant local event of the political year 2018 was the death on January
Charles Burson, Steve McManus, George Chism, Heidi Shafer, Reginald Milton, Jennifer Oswalt, Lee Harris
It took a while for Mark Norris to become a federal judge. He was nominated by President Trump last year but was only recently
Toward the end of Monday's meeting of the Shelby County Commission, second-term member Mark Billingsley, looking out from his seat on the stage of
At some point between next Tuesday and next October, the city’s legislative body will reconfigure itself.
On Tuesday, November 20th, when the Memphis City Council began to vote on a replacement for Bill Morrison, the District 1 councilman elected on
Memphis city government begins the transition to a new election year, while Shelby County government achieves a measure of harmony.
As one election, a national one, finally heads to an end (with votes still being counted here and there), the next process of electoral
On the surface, the GOP still rules in Tennessee, but the election showed evidence of Democratic revival.
A week and more since the election, the dust has settled, as they say. On the surface, the GOP still rules in Tennessee, but the election showed evidence of Democratic revival.
On the long campaign’s final night, most of the major candidates were working Shelby County.
To say it plain, Monday night of this week was a challenge — for candidates who wanted one last opportunity to see and be seen; for party operatives; for undecided voters; and for reporters whose wish was to cover the last moves of major candidates before Judgment Day on Tuesday.
In the month and a half that the current version of the Shelby County Commission — the one in office as of the August