Hello Loves, Former Mayor Tim Burchett had his final campaign fundraiser before he is elected Congressman Tomorrow, well at least I think he will be elected. Last nights event was busting at the seams, with elected officials, voters and supporters of Burchett. We all gathered at the home of Scott Davis, and with standing room only as … Continue reading Burchett’s Event and the Red Button
Hello Loves, We have another hat thrown in the race for City Mayor, city council member Marshall Stair has picked up papers to run. Marshall has been on city council for 7 years and stated on his facebook that he is “passionate about our city and look forward to sharing his ideas and most importantly, … Continue reading Another name for the City Mayor Race
Hello Loves, The 89th district shocked all of Knox County last night. We had five republicans running for State Representative,Stacey Campfield, Tim Hutchison, Justin Lafferty, Jesse D. Nelson, and Guy L. Smoak. Two very well known candidates Campfield and Hutchison got less votes than I thought. Hutchinson appeared to think he could run on his … Continue reading Lafferty Shocks Knoxville But not me.
Hello Loves, Here is an Update on Commissioner Randy Smith's re-election campaign , straight from his team. Looks Like Randy's support is growing strong and he is not slowing down. Read his press release and see for yourself. Smith holds huge lead on fundraising against Democratic opponent Knoxville, Tenn. – Last quarter’s financial report showed … Continue reading Randy Smiths Huge Lead
Hello Loves, What does the Knoxville News Sentinel have against a man that pours his heart into Knox County? BUT apparently they find it delightfully enchanting to write a story about him every chance they get. Since he's been mayor they've tried to run his name in the ground, but it's not worked. The citizens … Continue reading What Gives?