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Local election stuff

I early voted today. Not sure what this means but I asked the poll worker what turnout had been like. She said it was the largest turnout for the first day she’d seen.

The next thing I noticed is the local talk radio ads. There are all manner of ads for Marsha Blackburn that aren’t ran by her campaign. All of Phil Bredesen’s ads are ran by his campaign. Not sure what that really means, either. Other than PACs are favoring Blackburn.

10 Responses to “Local election stuff”

  1. richard Says:

    …or maybe George Soros…

  2. Crawler Says:

    I guess the PACs fear what many of us have known for a long time: the last thing Tennessee needs is rights-infringing, forked-tongue weasel like Bredesen representing Tennesseans in the U.S. senate.

    I haven’t, and never will, forgotten his restaurant carry veto; nor have I forgotten the day he received his proper comeuppance with the subsequent House & Senate override.

  3. 1 With A Bullet Says:

    Crawler, I urge you to hold your nose and vote to retain the Republican US Senate majority. We’ll need it if the chance to replace RBG arises.

  4. rickn8or Says:

    For you Tennesseans: Is your polling place posted as “No Guns”? I’m trying to see if Shelby County is the only place where you’re supposed to surrender one right in order to exercise another.

  5. Ron W Says:

    @rickn8or, my early voting site is posted no guns –except LEO. It’s the County Offices Building. Then the Election Day site is a high school which is posted no guns–supposedly to prevent school shootings. Both are in direct violation of the Declaration of Rights (Article I, Section 26) of the Tennessee State Constitution.

  6. Ron W Says:

    @rickn8or, BTW, I’m in Robertson County.

  7. Jay Hafemeister Says:

    The PACs likely have tagged that race as a loser for Bredesen so they’re spending their money elsewhere.

  8. TheOtherLarry Says:

    FYI: The wife and I voted today. Largest crowd I’ve ever seen for early voting. About 30 minutes to get through the line.

  9. TheOtherLarry Says:

    BTW Montgomery County

  10. Ron W Says:

    All of a sudden after recent polls have Blackburn with a widening lead, 8 and then 14 pts, by the NY Times and CBS, now a Vanderbilt poll has them tied. But I don’t suppose Vanderbilt has a “dog in the hunt”.