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1. Shelby County Looks to Play Role in Governor’s Race -

The race for governor of Tennessee begins its second and final round this week. The results in last week’s Democratic and Republican primaries suggest Shelby County will remain a battleground.

Slightly more county residents, 58, voted for Jackson businessman Mike McWherter in the uncontested Democratic primary than voted in the GOP primary in which Knoxville Mayor Bill Haslam carried Shelby County.

2. Bredesen Endorses Democrat McWherter for Governor -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Gov. Phil Bredesen on Wednesday endorsed fellow Democrat Mike McWherter’s gubernatorial bid, citing his experience as a small-businessman as making him best qualified to guide Tennessee out of the recession.

3. Democrat McWherter's Fundraising Lags His GOP Foes -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Jackson businessman Mike McWherter has cleared the Democratic gubernatorial field. The fundraising front has proven more problematic.

Aside from a $1 million contribution from himself, McWherter reported raising only about $103,000 in the first quarter. That contrasts with the Republican field, where Knoxville Mayor Bill Haslam has amassed nearly $1.3 million and U.S. Rep. Zach Wamp of Chattanooga reported about $510,500 in contributions.

4. McWherter Fights to Get Ahead of Rivals -

The last major candidate standing in the Democratic primary for Tennessee governor vowed this week to put Tennesseans back to work with targeted tax breaks and job training programs.

Jackson businessman Mike McWherter’s trip around the state wasn’t as much of a victory lap for the August statewide primary as it was a starting point for the November general election.

5. Wamp: Memphis To ‘Turn a Corner’ -

Republican candidate for governor Zach Wamp came into Memphis just ahead of the Easter weekend with kind words for the last Memphian to leave the governor’s race and a warning about the area’s politics.

6. Democrat McWherter Hits GOP's Haslam on Jobs Claim -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Jackson businessman Mike McWherter in a speech Thursday to celebrate his being the only serious Democratic candidate to file for governor took aim at a leading Republican rival for the job.

7. McMillan Drops Bid For Governor -

There is now only one major candidate for the Democratic nomination for Tn. Governor.

Mike McWherter was the last of five major Democratic contenders standing on the eve of the Thursday noon filing deadline for the Aug. 5 primaries for governor.

8. UPDATE: McMillan Out of Tn. Gov. Race -

There is now only one major candidate for the Democratic nomination for Tn. Governor.

Mike McWherter was the last of five major Democratic contenders standing on the eve of the Thursday noon filing deadline for the Aug. 5 primaries for governor.

9. Governor Candidates Split on Health Care -

Opinions on whether Tennessee should become involved in a legal challenge over a federal health care overhaul are breaking along partisan lines in the state’s gubernatorial race.

At a gubernatorial forum hosted by the Tennessee Health Care Association in Nashville on Tuesday, Democrats Kim McMillan of Clarksville and Mike McWherter of Jackson said the state should find a way to make the health care changes work in the Volunteer State.

10. McWherter Gives $1M to His Tenn. Gubernatorial Bid -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Democrat Mike McWherter is giving his Tennessee gubernatorial bid $1 million, his campaign confirmed Tuesday.

McWherter, a Jackson businessman and son of former Gov. Ned McWherter, is one of two Democrats remaining in the race to succeed term-limited Gov. Phil Bredesen. The current fundraising period ends Wednesday.

11. Gibbons Cites Lackluster Fundraising in Ending Bid -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Republican Bill Gibbons of Memphis cited lackluster fundraising in abandoning his bid for Tennessee governor on Friday.

12. Gibbons Cites Poor Fundraising in Ending Governor's Bid -

NASHVILLE (AP) — Republican Bill Gibbons is abandoning his gubernatorial campaign over money concerns.

13. Democrat McMillan Throws Lighthearted Jab at Wamp -

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (AP) - Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kim McMillan wants Republican rival Zach Wamp to learn a lesson about extemporaneous speaking.

14. Gubernatorial Candidates Campaign Locally -

Three of the contenders for Tennessee governor – one Democrat and two Republicans – were in Shelby County at the same time this week.

Democrat Kim McMillan of Clarksville and Republicans Zach Wamp of Chattanooga and Bill Haslam of Knoxville had full schedules of public and private meetings with supporters, business leaders and undecided potential voters in the August statewide primaries.

15. What’s Coming Up This Election Season -

After a year of turbulence, the Memphis political scene continues to remake itself.

The May 4 and Aug. 5 elections don’t have the focused drama of last October’s special election for Memphis mayor, but they represent new chapters in a story that could end with a new generation of political leaders and at least a passing of the political baton.

16. Gibbons: Use Lottery Commission to Pay for Pre-K -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee gubernatorial candidate Bill Gibbons on Wednesday proposed to fund pre-kindergarten expansion by cutting the amount of money the state lottery pays to large ticket retailers like the Pilot truck stop chain that is part-owned by GOP rival Bill Haslam.

17. Memphis' Kyle Drops Out of Governor's Race -

State Sen. Jim Kyle of Memphis is out of the Democratic primary race for governor.

Kyle, the Senate Democratic leader, withdrew in an afternoon news conference in Nashville.

18. Kyle Says Bid For Governor Hit Wall -  

State Sen. Jim Kyle of Memphis is out of the Democratic primary race for governor.

Kyle, the Senate Democratic leader, withdrew in a Friday news conference in Nashville.

“I was certainly going to have to win this campaign on message instead of money – the general election,” Kyle told The Daily News after the press conference.

But Kyle acknowledged he suffered money problems in a spirited primary field on the way to the Aug. 5 ballot.

Kyle entered the race for the Democratic nomination for governor in August at the University of Memphis. He pledged to freeze the tuition of students at Tennessee colleges and universities at the amount they pay in their freshman year. He also has been closely aligned with outgoing Democratic Gov. Phil Bredesen guiding much of the administration’s legislation through a House and Senate that are majority Republican.

“Not to make excuses, but we weren’t the first guy. We were the last guy,” Kyle said. “We had ground to make up. We were making that ground up.”

The Democratic field now lines up to be Jackson businessman Mike McWherter and former state legislative leader Kim McMillan of Clarksville. Two other contenders dropped out in December. State Sen. Roy Herron of Dresden dropped out to run for the 8th Congressional District seat when John Tanner announced he would not seek re-election. Nashville businessman Ward Cammack also called it a day in December and later endorsed Kyle’s campaign.

“I was real optimistic,” Kyle said of his fundraising at the start of the year.

Kyle reported earlier in February that his campaign had raised more than $740,000 and had $580,000 in cash on hand. Kyle had loaned his own campaign $300,000.

The amount represented a “wall” Kyle said he couldn’t surmount once the legislative session began in January. Legislators are banned by state law from holding fundraisers during a legislative session.

“We got a lot of endorsements. We had as much money as our opponents – at least the Democratic opponents,” Kyle said. “We felt like we had a lot going our way. Then the session began. … It just seemed to me that every week the campaign kept running slower and slower and slower. My time being devoted to what I have to do up here, I just wasn’t getting where I need to go.”

Kyle’s exit leaves Shelby County District Attorney General Bill Gibbons in the GOP primary as the only Memphis contender for governor.


19. GOP Candidates Criticize Environmental Regulators -

BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee's Republican gubernatorial candidates on Thursday targeted the state's environmental regulators as an impediment to business opportunities.

Three of the four major Republican candidates speaking at a forum hosted by the Brentwood-Cool Springs Chamber of Commerce singled out the state Department of Environment and Conservation for being counterproductive.

20. Governor’s Race Heats Up -

Three months separate the May 4 county primaries from the Aug. 5 state and federal primaries.

But as the May ballot firms up with this week’s filing deadline in those races, candidates in the August races are campaigning with renewed vigor.

21. Rival Republicans Ramp Up Attacks on Bill Haslam -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Rival Republican gubernatorial candidates on Thursday ramped up their attacks on fundraising leader Bill Haslam in the aftermath of the Knoxville mayor's announcement he is launching a statewide television advertising campaign.

22. A Look at Fundraising in Tenn. Governor's Race -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Here is a breakdown of key fundraising details for the four main Republican and three main Democratic candidates for Tennessee governor.


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23. Wamp Heads to Ala. for Gubernatorial Fundraiser -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee gubernatorial candidate Zach Wamp is headed to neighboring Alabama for a campaign fundraiser.

The $500-per-ticket Wamp fundraiser scheduled for Monday in Huntsville features Alabama Gov. Bob Riley.

24. Tenn. Gubernatorial Hopefuls Hold Education Forum -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee's seven major gubernatorial hopefuls touted their education goals in a candidate forum at Belmont University on Thursday.

The event came on the night before the conclusion of a six-month fundraising period that could help define the front-runners in the race to succeed Gov. Phil Bredesen, who can't run again because of term limits.

25. Ramsey: Lifting Fundraising No Longer Top Priority -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - State Senate speaker and Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron Ramsey said lifting an in-session fundraising ban is no longer among his top priorities.

26. Democrat Ward Cammack Drops Out of Governor's Race -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Nashville businessman Ward Cammack on Thursday became the second Democrat to drop out of the governor's race this week.

Cammack in a press release said he is ending his campaign because "long-standing political alliances proved impenetrable and fund raising ground to a halt."

27. Bredesen Says He Won't Endorse in Dem Primary -

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) - Democratic candidates seeking the nomination to succeed Gov. Phil Bredesen will have do so without the incumbent's help.

The term-limited governor told The Associated Press this week that he doesn't plan to get involved in the contest because "people are entitled to run and have a free shot at it."

28. Kyle Crafts Run for Governor in Common Terms -

A few minutes before noon Tuesday, the voices of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell burst out of loudspeakers, launching into “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.”

When state Sen. Jim Kyle mounted the podium amid those speakers arrayed in front of the McWherter Library at the University of Memphis, he and his supporters outlined different versions of that same idea in announcing Kyle’s 2010 gubernatorial bid.

29. Kyle Bid for Governor To Be Announced Tues. -

Memphis attorney and state Sen. Jim Kyle brushed off a question a little less than two months ago about when he’d announce his plan to run or to sit out the 2010 governor’s race.

The legislative session was drawing to a close, and he was too caught up in “the center of the storm,” as he put it, to talk about running for governor.

30. Democrats Herron, McWherter Each Raise $650K -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Three of the top Democratic candidates for Tennessee governor have combined to raise close to $1.6 million through the first six months of the year, but still trail the top three Republican candidates who collectively have about $6.3 million.

31. McWherter Talks About Personal Identity, Jobs Creation -

The Republican pack of candidates for governor in 2010 emerged early this year, but Democrats are assembling a pack of their own for the governor’s mansion.

Among the Democratic pack is Jackson businessman Mike McWherter, the son of former Gov. Ned McWherter.

32. Gov. Candidates Raise Big Money In Bad Economy -

NASHVILLE (AP) – Two top candidates for Tennessee’s Republican gubernatorial nomination say they expect to report large fundraising totals despite the poor economy.

For the six-month period that ended midnight Tuesday, Knoxville Mayor Bill Haslam’s campaign said he expects to report raising about $3.8 million, while U.S. Rep. Zach Wamp of Chattanooga said he will come in at about $1.2 million.

33. Gubernatorial Candidates Donate to Others -

All the major candidates vying to become Tennessee’s next governor in 2010 have a history of actively making political donations, records show.

The Knoxville News Sentinel has reported that Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey of Blountville – using his state Senate campaign account and a political action committee he founded – funneled about $788,000 to GOP state-level campaigns and committees in the last election cycle. That’s more than any other gubernatorial candidate of either party.

34. Weekend Events Draw Politicians in Droves -

Before candidates take their quests for elected office to the public, they usually give them a road test before other politicos – allies and adversaries – to see if this is really what they want to do for the next year or so.

35. Brown Leaving Cammack's Gubernatorial Campaign -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Democratic strategist Mark Brown is leaving the gubernatorial campaign of Nashville businessman Ward Cammack.

Brown declined to give specific reasons for his departure Monday other than to say: "It was time to move my career in another direction."

36. Ramsey’s Entry Marks New Phase In Governor’s Race -

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (AP) – State Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey’s entry Monday into the Tennessee governor’s race marks a new phase of an arduous – and expensive – Republican primary campaign.

37. Wharton Discusses Unity At Weekend Breakfast -

Shelby County Mayor A C Wharton Jr. drew a crowd of 1,500 on a rainy Saturday morning in his effort to become Memphis mayor in 2011.

But during the gathering at the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts, billed as a unity prayer breakfast, Wharton never once said directly that he is running for mayor.

38. Gibbons Holds Gubernatorial Election Fundraiser -

Shelby County District Attorney General Bill Gibbons held his largest fundraiser to date in his quest for governor with a $1,000-a-person event Tuesday evening in East Memphis.

39. Sen. Roy Herron Drops Leadership Role -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - State Sen. Roy Herron says he will step down as chairman of the Senate Democratic Caucus after this legislative session to focus on his run for governor.

40. Dem Chairman Says Horne Won't Run for Governor -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Knoxville real estate developer Doug Horne has decided against joining the 2010 governor's race, state Democratic Party Chairman Chip Forrester said.

41. Ford on Governor’s Race: ‘Not the Right Time’ -

As he passed on the 2010 governor’s race this week, former U.S. Rep. Harold Ford Jr. took a swipe at the already massed and mostly active Republican field for governor.

42. Ford Won't Run For Governor In 2010 -

Former Memphis Congressman Harold Ford Jr. announced Monday he will not be a candidate in the 2010 Democratic primary for governor.

43. Ford Won't Run For Governor In 2010 -

Former Memphis Congressman Harold Ford Jr. announced today he will not be a candidate in the 2010 Democratic primary for governor.

44. Davis Won't Make Tenn. Gubernatorial Bid in 2010 -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Democratic U.S. Rep. Lincoln Davis announced Thursday he won't run for Tennessee governor in 2010.

45. Kustoff to Run Gibbons’ Gubernatorial Campaign -

Former U.S. Attorney David Kustoff will manage Bill Gibbons’ bid for governor.

46. Frist Says No Bid For Governor In 2010 - Former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist of Tennessee confirmed Sunday evening that he will not run for Tennessee governor in 2010.

Frist was considered the leading Republican contender in the open governor’s race. Several prospective GOP contenders had conditioned getting into the race on Frist not becoming a candidate.

Frist, a transplant surgeon, said he decided not to run to concentrate on teaching at Vanderbilt University in Nashville. He also cited his work on global health initiatives as well as an initiative he plans to launch to improve the state’s public schools.

“If I had run, I would have started running next week,” Frist told the Associated Press by phone from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. “Having a two year campaign would mean I would have to move all those passions totally aside.”

Within an hour after Frist’s announcement, Shelby County District Attorney General Bill Gibbons announced his candidacy for governor is moving forward.

“As governor, I will place priority on two issues – crime and schools – that pose big challenges to our state and that we must address if we are to achieve a better future for Tennessee,” Gibbons, who is running in the Republican primary for governor, said in a written statement.

Gibbons is scheduled to talk more about his bid for governor at a press conference later today.

Gibbons is not expected to be alone in the 2010 primary. Chattanooga Cong. Zack Wamp also said he would run if Frist did.

Knoxville Mayor Bill Haslam and state Senate Speaker Ron Ramsey of Blountville are also weighing bids in the GOP primary.

Possible Democratic contenders include former Memphis Cong. Harold Ford Jr., Cong. Lincoln Davis of Pall Mall, Tn. and former state House Majority Leader Kim McMillan of Clarksville.

Read more about the early look of the race for Tennessee Governor in Tuesday’s edition of The Daily News.


47. Davis, Gibbons Wait to Decide on Governor's Race -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - U.S. Rep. Lincoln Davis says he will decide early next year whether he will run for the Democratic nomination for governor in Tennessee in 2010.

48. Poll: Frist Has Wide Name Recognition in Tenn. -

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – Potential Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Frist is known to more than nine in 10 Tennessee voters, according to a poll released Tuesday.

The Mason-Dixon poll commissioned by the Chattanooga Times Free Press found that 93 percent of respondents were familiar with the former Senate majority leader's name, and that 58 percent view him favorably.

49. McMillan Named to Senior StaffPosition in Governor's Cabinet -      Kim McMillan, D-Clarksville, has been named as a senior adviser to Gov. Phil Bredesen during his second term in office.
     McMillan was elected to the Tennessee House of Representatives in

50. Archived Article: Law Focus Compen - By STACEY PETSCHAUER   Newly expanded program makes criminals pay for some of the damage and suffering they cause victims By STACEY PETSCHAUER The Daily News Victims of violent crimes are the innocent parties on the crime scene. However, many v...