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Turner trailing in House 51; Gotto up on Coleman in House 60
Democratic State Rep. Mike Turner is trailing Republican businessman Charles Williamson by less than 200 votes through early voting and absentee ballot
Republican Harwell cruises to victory in House
Question now is whether she'll become next Speaker of the House
Haslam wins governorship in a landslide
Late foible over gun permits doesn't seem to hurt Knoxville mayor
Voter turnout normal on Election Day; few problems reported
Dustup in north Nashville cleared quickly, commission says
State House races are pivotal for Republicans
Democrats trying to hold ground in General Assembly, need two seats to control House
House District 53: Janis Sontany
Sontany, the four-term Democratic incumbent who represents parts of southeastern Davidson County, is perhaps best-known for her admirable legislative stands against animal cruelty.
Governor: Bill Haslam
These are difficult times. Economic recovery seems to be curbed for the time being.
House District 50: Gary Moore
This is the biggest geographical district in Davidson County, reaching from Bellevue to Goodlettsville, part of Madison and Rivergate, and part of Bellshire.
State Senate, District 21: Douglas Henry
Democratic state Sen. Douglas Henry has a long, distinguished and storied career as a legislator.
House District 59: Sherry Jones
Jones, the veteran southeastern Davidson County representative, gets our nod over Republican challenger and Metro Councilman Duane Dominy, who has been far more ideological on the council than effe
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