Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Voter Registration Day, some facts

Knox County Elections stud Cliff Rodgers sent out a release earlier today, noting that Sept. 24 is National Voter Registration Day.

“On September 24, next Tuesday, we will have 35 polling locations open for the City of Knoxville Primary Election, and folks may go to any of these places to register to vote for future elections,” Rodgers said. “National Voter Registration Day is a great time to make sure that your registration is up to date or to register for the first time. We are ready to help you in any way we can at any time.”

To read the whole release, click right smack here.

OK, got that out of the way. There’s a lot of rumors going on about who is going to run for what and when, so now is probably a good time to clarify three things that you can take to the bank.

  • Tim Burchett will be Knox County Mayor in 2015.
  • Lamar Alexander will be a U.S. Senator in 2015.
  • Big Bill will be Tennessee Governor in 2016.

You don’t have to like it. But those are facts. All three will win with a least 60 percent of the vote for their individual races, and probably more. There is no one in Knox County who can beat Burchett for mayor. There is no one in the state who can outspend Haslam. And Carr is just plain too ugly to beat Alexander.


The elections will not be close.

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