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Amendment 1 Debate Will Be Decided On Nov. 4
Amendment 1 Debate Will Be Decided On Nov. 4

In a few weeks, Tennessee voters will decide on a controversial abortion amendment. Known as "Amendment #1," a "yes" vote would alter the state constitution and allow state lawmakers to enact tighter restrictions on abortions in Tennessee. A "no" vote would maintain the status quo.

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Storm Delays 16th Judicial Races
Storm Delays 16th Judicial Races

Evening storms caused a power outage in Cannon County and results were severely delayed. And that effected the 16th Judicial Races for Circuit Court Judge.

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Burgess & Arnold Win Re-Election; Other County Races
Burgess & Arnold Win Re-Election; Other County Races

Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold won another four-years in office, defeating a Democrat and two independent challengers. Plus, information on the County Mayor, Circuit Court Clerk, County Clerk, Register of Deeds and County Trustee races.

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Terry Wins 48th District GOP Race, Sparks & White Win Primaries
Terry Wins 48th District GOP Race, Sparks & White Win Primaries

Dr. Bryan Terry won a three-way GOP race to replace State Representative Joe Carr. Mike Sparks and Dawn White hold off challenges as well.

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State Supreme Court Justices Retained
State Supreme Court Justices Retained

Despite an effort by Republicans, Tennessee's three Democrat state Supreme Court Justices were retained.

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Rutherford County School Board Results
Rutherford County School Board Results

Some very tight races for Rutherford County School Board. One race, between three candidates, was decided by just 57 votes.

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Two of Three Incumbent General Sessions Judges Defeated
Two of Three Incumbent General Sessions Judges Defeated

Two of the three sitting General Sessions Court judges were defeated in the Rutherford County General Election.

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County Commission: Some Races Extremely Close
County Commission: Some Races Extremely Close

Three races for Rutherford County Commission went down to the wire, with one race decided by only 13 votes.

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Alexander Holds Off RuCo's Carr for U.S. Senate Nomination
Alexander Holds Off RuCo's Carr for U.S. Senate Nomination

A fierce battle for the GOP nomination for U.S. Senate between Lamar Alexander and Joe Carr of Lascassas was won by the incumbent.

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Tracy/DesJarlais Race Very Tight
Tracy/DesJarlais Race Very Tight

The race between Fourth District Congressman Scott DesJarlais and challenger Jim Tracy is as close as a race can be. With all of the precincts reporting, the unofficial tally reported to the state from the district show DesJarlais 35 votes ahead of Tracy.

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Vote 2014: Smyrna Races
Vote 2014: Smyrna Races

Smyrna Town Judge Keta Barnes was defeated by challenger Lynn England Alexander.

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General Sessions Judge McFarlin Announces Re-election Bid
General Sessions Judge McFarlin Announces Re-election Bid

Rutherford County General Sessions Court, Part I Judge Ben Hall McFarlin announced his re-election bid. “I love what I do, and I’m making a difference,” McFarlin said. 

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Nicole Lester, Rutherford County Election Commission, Announces September is National Voter Registration Month in Tennessee
Nicole Lester, Rutherford County Election Commission, Announces September is National Voter Registration Month in Tennessee
Tennessee Secretary of State Tre Hargett joins the Rutherford County Election Commission in reminding citizens that September is National Voter Registration Month. 
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