Rivals for the Turf 

Mayor Wharton files for reelection, but he has company.

Describing himself as "a tenant who has improved the property" during his 18 months so far at the helm of Memphis government, Mayor A C Wharton filed for reelection Monday at the election commission downtown. And a day later, two local politicians…

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