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Friday, July 06, 2018

Republican governor primary is tight
A new survey on Tennessee's Republican gubernatorial primary says the four-way Aug. 2 race remains close with U.S. Rep. Diane Black leading Knoxville entrepreneur Randy Boyd by about a single percentage point. The survey found Black's support at 24 percent while 23 percent of those surveyed said they supported Boyd. Franklin businessman Bill Lee's backing was at 19 percent while ten percent favor state House Speaker Beth Harwell of Nashville. But nearly one in five Republicans said they had yet to make up their minds.. During the polling period, Black's campaign began going up on television with ad attacks on Boyd and Lee. Boyd's campaign responded and launched a counter attack. Lee and Harwell continue to air positive ads touting their candidacies and no negative ads. Another recent poll showed Boyd leading Black by six percentage points, 33 percent to 27 percent. Lee had 20 percent support while Harwell was at 7 percent. Early voting in state and federal primaries as well as county general election contests starts July 13.


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Monday, July 23, 2018

  • Newport sexual incidents
  • Robinson arrests
  • Friday night power outage
  • Federal opioid program
  • Restoring wildlife
  • Early voting

    Saturday, July 21, 2018

  • Legal aid seminar for seniors
  • Clark to play Pebble Beach
  • Tennessee's unemployment remains low
  • US Supreme Court gets Tennessee abortion law appeal

    Friday, July 20, 2018

  • Graham on local job prospects and Conagra
  • West Virginians arrested in Jeff County robberies
  • Jobless numbers for Tennessee
  • Alexander on tariffs

    Thursday, July 19, 2018

  • Buckner arrest
  • Martin couple found
  • Lewis arrested on meth charges
  • Fraudulent IRS scam
  • East TN Artscapes is moving
  • Best Western thefts
  • Alexander on healthcare
  • Ozone keeping visitors away

    Wednesday, July 18, 2018

  • Myers incident
  • Cocke budget process
  • SNAP food guidelines
  • Phoenix Closures becomes Phoenix
  • RAM in Jeff County
  • Opiod lawsuit
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