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Two years ago, state Rep. Courtney Rogers, R Goodlettsville, went from political unknown to defeating state Rep. Debra Maggart, the third most powerful Republican in the state House of Representatives. The victory demonstrated to the nation that gun rights activists, including the National Rifle Association, still could sway an election.
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Four years ago, Nashville attorney Jeff Yarbro came close to upsetting state Sen. Douglas Henry, the longest serving state legislator in Tennessee history. With Henry retiring, Yarbro would appear New Era Snapbacks 2016 to be the favorite in the Democratic primary.
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State Sen. Thelma Harper has represented portions of Davidson County since 1990, taking on a variety of leadership roles. Harper's campaign had only about $20,000 in the bank in March, but she has considerable name recognition. For her to lose would be a considerable upset.
Brandon Puttbrese is the latest in a line of young Democratic operatives who, like Yarbro four years ago, have tried their luck against an incumbent lawmaker. Puttbrese worked as the spokesman for the Tennessee Democratic Party until December, when he resigned to take a job with a marketing firm.
campaign, largely on a platform of not being Campfield. He could get an endorsement from Gov. Bill Haslam. Mike Alford, a Knoxville tour bus driver, also filed for the GOP primary.
who has ties to Maggart. Beating Silverman would prove to doubters that Rogers' 2012 victory was not a fluke.
Many of the same activists who backed Rogers in 2012 have now turned their attention to the race between House Finance Committee Chairman Charles Sargent, R Franklin, and Steve Gawrys, a Brentwood builder and entrepreneur.
federal government on issues such as gun control, health care reform and education a centerpiece of her legislative agenda.
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He faces Mary Mancini, a longtime political activist who has the endorsement of Women for Tennessee's Future, a new political action committee dedicated to electing more women to state leadership roles. Both are campaigning aggressively for a seat that likely will remain in Democratic hands in November.
Few lawmakers stir stronger feelings than state Sen. Stacey Campfield, R Knoxville, who has mixed it up with everyone from a governor to talk show hosts over a political career that spans more than a decade. His analogy last month comparing health care reform to the Holocaust drew condemnation from Gov. Bill Haslam and the Tennessee Republican Party.
Summerville rode the Tea Party wave into office four years ago and has made news mainly for offbeat legislation, such as his bills to require vendors to cover up magazines like Cosmopolitan and to make the Tennessee Education Lottery place warnings on its ads. Roberts was drawn out of his Senate seat in redistricting two years ago, while Evans has won three terms in the House. Both have both raised more than $80,000.
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State Sen. Mae Beavers, R Mt. Juliet, may very well be the General Assembly's most conservative member. She won her seat by stridently opposing a state income tax and, over the years, has made attacking the Ny Hat Red
Gun rights activists blame Sargent, who has represented the district since 1996, for the failure of a bill that would have let Tennesseans carry handguns openly without a permit. Gawrys quickly raised more than $30,000 and could benefit from activists' volunteering on his behalf. But the NRA so far has sat this race out.
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Those stances have won her re election, but they also have drawn her frequent primary challenges. The latest comes from Clark Boyd, a former chairman of the Wilson County Republican Party. Boyd says Republicans in the district need a new direction.
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Senate District 25The Republican primary could be a battle royal, with incumbent Sen. Jim Summerville, R Dickson, facing former state Sen. Kerry Roberts, R Springfield, and outgoing state Rep. Joshua Evans, R Greenbrier.
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