Local 8 Now Election Results 2014

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Tennessee Governor

R = Republican D = Democrat C = Constitution Party G = Green Party I = Independent
Total Votes: 1,289,609 Reporting: 84%
Bill Haslam (R) 909,796
71%
Winner Winner
Charles V. Charlie Brown (D) 291,126
23%
Shaun Crowell (C) 25,992
2%
Isa Infante (G) 17,364
1%
Steven Damon Coburn (I) 8,265
1%
John Jay Hooker (I) 29,126
2%
Daniel T. Lewis (I) 7,940
1%
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Amendment #1: Abortion

Shall Article I, of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by adding the following language as a new, appropriately designated section: Nothing in this Constitution secures or protects a right to abortion or requires the funding of abortion. The people retain the right through their elected state representatives and state senators to enact, amend or repeal statues regarding abortion, including, but not limited to, circumstances of pregnancy resulting from rape or incest or when necessary to save the life of the mother.
Total Votes: 1,385,178 Reporting: 100%
FOR 728,751
53%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 656,427
47%
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Amendment #2: Judicial Retention

Shall Article VI, Section 3 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the first and second sentences by substituting instead the following: Judges of the Supreme Court or any intermediate appellate court shall be appointed for a full term or to fill a vacancy by and at the discretion of the governor; shall be confirmed by the legislature; and thereafter shall be elected in a retention election by the qualified voters of the state. Confirmation by default occurs if the Legislature fails to reject an appointee within sixty calendar days of either the date of appointment, if made during the annual legislative session, if made out of session. The legislature is authorized to prescribe such provisions as may be necessary to carry out Sections two and three of this article.
Total Votes: 1,320,494 Reporting: 86%
For 807,199
61%
Winner Winner
Against 513,295
39%
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Amendment #3: Income Tax

Shall Article II, Section 28 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by adding the following sentence at the end of the final substantive paragraph within the section: Notwithstanding the authority to tax privileges or any other authority set forth in this constitution, the Legislature shall not levy, authorize or otherwise permit any state or local tax upon payroll or earned personal income or any state or local tax measured by payroll or earned personal income; however, nothing contained herein shall be construed as prohibiting any tax in effect on January 1, 2011, or adjustment of such tax.
Total Votes: 1,288,017 Reporting: 86%
For 852,423
66%
Winner Winner
Against 435,594
34%
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Amendment #4: Lotteries

Shall Article XI, Section 5 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the following language: All other forms of lottery not authorized herein are expressly prohibited unless authorized by a two-thirds vote of all members elected to each house of the general assembly for an annual event operated for the benefit of a 501(c)(3) organization located in this state, as defined by the 2000 United States Tax Code or as may be amended from time to time. and by substituting instead the following language: All other forms of lottery not authorized herein are expressly prohibited unless authorized by a two-thirds vote of all members elected to each house of the general assembly for an annual event operated for the benefit of a 501(c)(3) or a 501(c)(19) organization, as defined by the 2000 United States Tax Code, located in this state.
Total Votes: 1,254,408 Reporting: 86%
For 873,493
70%
Winner Winner
Against 380,915
30%
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Rocky Top Mayor

Total Votes: 270 Reporting: 100%
Donald R. Douglas (I) 109
40%
Michael L. Lovely (I) 161
60%
Winner Winner
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Sevierville Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Sevierville.
Total Votes: 2,642 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,743
66%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 899
34%
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Pigeon Forge Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Pigeon Forge.
Total Votes: 919 Reporting: 100%
FOR 561
61%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 358
39%
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Gatlinburg Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Gatlinburg.
Total Votes: 980 Reporting: 100%
FOR 678
69%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 302
31%
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Morristown Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Morristown.
Total Votes: 4,132 Reporting: 100%
FOR 2,590
63%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 1,542
37%
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Huntsville Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Huntsville.
Total Votes: 340 Reporting: 100 %
FOR 132
39%
AGAINST 208
61%
Winner Winner
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Kingston Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Kingston.
Total Votes: 1,825 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,179
65%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 646
35%
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Harriman Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Harriman.
Total Votes: 1,070 Reporting: 100%
FOR 677
63%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 393
37%
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Vonore Sales Tax Referendum

Shall Ordinance No. 14-06 passed persuant to Tennessee Code Annotated 67-6-701 et seq. by the Town of Vonore, published in a newspaper of general circulation, establishing a local sales tax rate of 1/2% become operative?
Total Votes: 458 Reporting: 100
FOR 136
30%
AGAINST 322
70%
Winner Winner
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Vonore Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Vonore.
Total Votes: 470 Reporting: 100
For 286
61%
Winner Winner
Against 184
39%
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U.S. Senate - Kentucky

Total Votes: 574,619 Reporting: 40%
Mitch McConnell (R) 316,434
55%
Winner Winner
Alison Grimes (D) 240,600
42%
David Patterson (L) 17,585
3%
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Tennessee House, District 21

Total Votes: 17,533 Reporting: 42%
Jimmy Matlock (R) 13,788
79%
Pamela O. Weston (D) 3,745
21%
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City of Loudon Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in the City of Loudon.
Total Votes: 1,143 Reporting: 100%
FOR 667
58%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 476
42%
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Loudon Mayor

Total Votes: 1,101 Reporting: 100%
Michael C. Cartwright (I) 346
31%
Jim Greenway (I) 494
45%
Winner Winner
Jeff L. Walters (I) 261
24%
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Lenoir City Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in the City of Lenoir City.
Total Votes: 1,478 Reporting: 100%
For 974
66%
Winner Winner
Against 504
34%
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Tennessee House, District 32

Total Votes: 15,528 Reporting: 69%
Kent Calfee (R) 11,921
77%
Joe Kneiser (D) 3,607
23%
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Farragut Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Farragut.
Total Votes: 7,666 Reporting: 100%
FOR 5,615
73%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 2,051
27%
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Knox County Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Knox County.
Total Votes: 63,259 Reporting: 100%
FOR 44,148
70%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 19,111
30%
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Knoxville Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Knoxville.
Total Votes: 33,744 Reporting: 100%
FOR 25,317
75%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 8,427
25%
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Tennessee House, District 15

Total Votes: 7,187 Reporting: 100%
Joseph "Joe" Armstrong (D) 5,462
76%
Winner Winner
Pete Drew (I) 1,725
24%
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Tennessee House, District 13

Total Votes: 13,275 Reporting: 100%
Eddie Smith (R) 6,729
51%
Winner Winner
Gloria Johnson (D) 6,546
49%
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Tennessee Senate, District 7

Total Votes: 42,811 Reporting: 100%
Richard Briggs (R) 27,935
65%
Winner Winner
Cheri K. Siler (D) 14,876
35%
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White Pine Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in White Pine
Total Votes: 403 Reporting: 100%
FOR 220
55%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 183
45%
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Jefferson City Retail Package Store Referendum

For or against retail package stores to sell alcoholic beverages in Jefferson City.
Total Votes: 1,192 Reporting: 100%
For 762
64%
Winner Winner
Against 430
36%
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Jefferson City Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Jefferson City.
Total Votes: 1,191 Reporting: 100%
FOR 734
62%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 457
38%
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Dandridge Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Dandridge.
Total Votes: 603 Reporting: 100%
FOR 423
70%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 180
30%
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Crossville Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Crossville.
Total Votes: 2,768 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,932
70%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 836
30%
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Crossville Registered Voter Referendum

"FOR" approving a Private Act to authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the city. "AGAINST" does not approve a Private Act to authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City. A vote "FOR" shall authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City. A vote "AGAINST" shall not authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City.
Total Votes: 2,114 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,728
82%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 386
18%
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Cumberland County Wine Referendum

Total Votes: 14,459 Reporting: 100%
For 10,016
69%
Winner Winner
Against 4,443
31%
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Tennessee House, District 25

Total Votes: 19,027 Reporting: 97%
Cameron Sexton (R) 14,593
77%
Winner Winner
Judy Barnett (D) 4,434
23%
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Tennessee Senate, District 15

Total Votes: 45,942 Reporting: 48%
Paul Bailey (R) 33,661
73%
Betty Vaudt (D) 10,260
22%
William L. Draper (I) 2,021
4%
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U.S. House of Representatives, 6th District

Total Votes: 120,689 Reporting: 45%
Diane Black (R) 85,209
71%
Winner Winner
Amos Scott Powers (D) 28,143
23%
Mike Winton (I) 7,337
6%
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Newport Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Newport.
Total Votes: 1,694 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,008
60%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 686
40%
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Tennessee House, District 11

Total Votes: 12,179 Reporting: 2%
Jeremy Faison (R) 8,288
68%
Marjorie J. Ramsey (D) 2,342
19%
Roland A. Dykes III (I) 1,549
13%
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U.S. House of Representatives, 1st District

Total Votes: 105,239 Reporting: 48%
Phil Roe (R) 87,510
83%
Winner Winner
Robert N. Smith (G) 7,052
7%
Robert D. Franklin (I) 7,591
7%
Michael D. Salyer (I) 3,086
3%
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Tazewell Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Tazewell.
Total Votes: 324 Reporting: 100%
FOR 181
56%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 143
44%
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Tennessee House, District 36

Total Votes: 10,421 Reporting: 100%
Dennis H. Powers (R) 7,966
76%
Winner Winner
James Virgil Kidwell (D) 2,455
24%
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U.S. House of Representatives, 2nd District

Total Votes: 134,425 Reporting: 34%
John J. Duncan, Jr. (R) 97,020
72%
Winner Winner
Bob Scott (D) 30,789
23%
Norris Dryer (G) 3,313
2%
Casey Adam Gouge (I) 3,303
2%
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Maryville Wine Referendum

Total Votes: 7,366 Reporting: 100%
FOR 4,677
63%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 2,689
37%
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Alcoa Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Alcoa.
Total Votes: 1,933 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,170
61%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 763
39%
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Tennessee House, District 20

Total Votes: 14,907 Reporting: 100%
Bob Ramsey (R) 11,508
77%
Winner Winner
John Ross Conley (D) 3,399
23%
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Clinton Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail food stores in the City of Clinton.
Total Votes: 2,377 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,605
68%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 772
32%
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Norris Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in the City of Norris.
Total Votes: 566 Reporting: 100%
For 451
80%
Winner Winner
Against 115
20%
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Norris Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in the City of Norris.
Total Votes: 0
FOR
AGAINST
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Tennessee House, District 36

Total Votes: 0
Dennis H. Powers (R)
James Virgil Kidwell (D)
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U.S. House of Representatives, 3rd District

Total Votes: 123,946 Reporting: 60%
Chuck Fleischmann (R) 76,583
62%
Winner Winner
Mary M. Headrick (D) 43,701
35%
Cassandra J. Mitchell (I) 3,662
3%
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U.S. Senate

R = Republican D = Democrat C = Constitution Party G = Green Party I = Independent
Total Votes: 1,307,580 Reporting: 85%
Lamar Alexander (R) 812,959
62%
Winner Winner
Gordon Ball (D) 412,679
32%
Joe Wilmoth (C) 34,449
3%
Martin Pleasant (G) 11,787
1%
Tom Emerson, R. (I) 10,650
1%
Edmund L. Gauthier (I) 2,195
0%
Joshua James (I) 5,369
0%
Danny Page (I) 7,356
1%
Bartholomew J. Phillips (I) 2,279
0%
C. Salekin (I) 737
0%
Eric Schechter (I) 1,591
0%
Rick Tyler (I) 5,529
0%

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Sevierville Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Sevierville.
Total Votes: 2,642 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,743
66%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 899
34%
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Pigeon Forge Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Pigeon Forge.
Total Votes: 919 Reporting: 100%
FOR 561
61%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 358
39%
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Gatlinburg Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Gatlinburg.
Total Votes: 980 Reporting: 100%
FOR 678
69%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 302
31%
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Morristown Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Morristown.
Total Votes: 4,132 Reporting: 100%
FOR 2,590
63%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 1,542
37%
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Kingston Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Kingston.
Total Votes: 1,825 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,179
65%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 646
35%
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Harriman Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Harriman.
Total Votes: 1,070 Reporting: 100%
FOR 677
63%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 393
37%
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City of Loudon Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in the City of Loudon.
Total Votes: 1,143 Reporting: 100%
FOR 667
58%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 476
42%
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Loudon Mayor

Total Votes: 1,101 Reporting: 100%
Michael C. Cartwright (I) 346
31%
Jim Greenway (I) 494
45%
Winner Winner
Jeff L. Walters (I) 261
24%
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Lenoir City Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in the City of Lenoir City.
Total Votes: 1,478 Reporting: 100%
For 974
66%
Winner Winner
Against 504
34%
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Farragut Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Farragut.
Total Votes: 7,666 Reporting: 100%
FOR 5,615
73%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 2,051
27%
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Knox County Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Knox County.
Total Votes: 63,259 Reporting: 100%
FOR 44,148
70%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 19,111
30%
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Knoxville Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Knoxville.
Total Votes: 33,744 Reporting: 100%
FOR 25,317
75%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 8,427
25%
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White Pine Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in White Pine
Total Votes: 403 Reporting: 100%
FOR 220
55%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 183
45%
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Crossville Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Crossville.
Total Votes: 2,768 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,932
70%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 836
30%
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Crossville Registered Voter Referendum

"FOR" approving a Private Act to authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the city. "AGAINST" does not approve a Private Act to authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City. A vote "FOR" shall authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City. A vote "AGAINST" shall not authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City.
Total Votes: 2,114 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,728
82%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 386
18%
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Cumberland County Wine Referendum

Total Votes: 14,459 Reporting: 100%
For 10,016
69%
Winner Winner
Against 4,443
31%
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Newport Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Newport.
Total Votes: 1,694 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,008
60%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 686
40%
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Tazewell Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Tazewell.
Total Votes: 324 Reporting: 100%
FOR 181
56%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 143
44%
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Maryville Wine Referendum

Total Votes: 7,366 Reporting: 100%
FOR 4,677
63%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 2,689
37%
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Alcoa Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Alcoa.
Total Votes: 1,933 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,170
61%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 763
39%
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Oak Ridge Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in Oak Ridge.
Total Votes: 8,702 Reporting: 100%
FOR 6,679
77%
AGAINST 2,023
23%
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Norris Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail stores in the City of Norris.
Total Votes: 566 Reporting: 100%
For 451
80%
Winner Winner
Against 115
20%
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Clinton Wine Referendum

For or against legal sale of wine at retail food stores in the City of Clinton.
Total Votes: 2,377 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,605
68%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 772
32%
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Clinton City Board of Education Ward 2

Total Votes: 0
Timothy A. Bible (I)
Curtis W. Isabell (I)
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Clinton City Council

Total Votes: 2,023 Reporting: 100%
Ted Phillips (I) 553
27%
E.T.Stamey (I) 1,100
54%
Winner Winner
Ronald Young (I) 370
18%
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Amendment #4: Lotteries

Shall Article XI, Section 5 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the following language: All other forms of lottery not authorized herein are expressly prohibited unless authorized by a two-thirds vote of all members elected to each house of the general assembly for an annual event operated for the benefit of a 501(c)(3) organization located in this state, as defined by the 2000 United States Tax Code or as may be amended from time to time. and by substituting instead the following language: All other forms of lottery not authorized herein are expressly prohibited unless authorized by a two-thirds vote of all members elected to each house of the general assembly for an annual event operated for the benefit of a 501(c)(3) or a 501(c)(19) organization, as defined by the 2000 United States Tax Code, located in this state.
Total Votes: 1,254,408 Reporting: 86%
For 873,493
70%
Winner Winner
Against 380,915
30%
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Amendment #3: Income Tax

Shall Article II, Section 28 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by adding the following sentence at the end of the final substantive paragraph within the section: Notwithstanding the authority to tax privileges or any other authority set forth in this constitution, the Legislature shall not levy, authorize or otherwise permit any state or local tax upon payroll or earned personal income or any state or local tax measured by payroll or earned personal income; however, nothing contained herein shall be construed as prohibiting any tax in effect on January 1, 2011, or adjustment of such tax.
Total Votes: 1,288,017 Reporting: 86%
For 852,423
66%
Winner Winner
Against 435,594
34%
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Amendment #2: Judicial Retention

Shall Article VI, Section 3 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the first and second sentences by substituting instead the following: Judges of the Supreme Court or any intermediate appellate court shall be appointed for a full term or to fill a vacancy by and at the discretion of the governor; shall be confirmed by the legislature; and thereafter shall be elected in a retention election by the qualified voters of the state. Confirmation by default occurs if the Legislature fails to reject an appointee within sixty calendar days of either the date of appointment, if made during the annual legislative session, if made out of session. The legislature is authorized to prescribe such provisions as may be necessary to carry out Sections two and three of this article.
Total Votes: 1,320,494 Reporting: 86%
For 807,199
61%
Winner Winner
Against 513,295
39%

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Huntsville Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Huntsville.
Total Votes: 340 Reporting: 100 %
FOR 132
39%
AGAINST 208
61%
Winner Winner
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Vonore Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Vonore.
Total Votes: 470 Reporting: 100
For 286
61%
Winner Winner
Against 184
39%
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Loudon Mayor

Total Votes: 1,101 Reporting: 100%
Michael C. Cartwright (I) 346
31%
Jim Greenway (I) 494
45%
Winner Winner
Jeff L. Walters (I) 261
24%
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Jefferson City Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Jefferson City.
Total Votes: 1,191 Reporting: 100%
FOR 734
62%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 457
38%
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Dandridge Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Dandridge.
Total Votes: 603 Reporting: 100%
FOR 423
70%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 180
30%
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Crossville Registered Voter Referendum

"FOR" approving a Private Act to authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the city. "AGAINST" does not approve a Private Act to authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City. A vote "FOR" shall authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City. A vote "AGAINST" shall not authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City.
Total Votes: 2,114 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,728
82%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 386
18%
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Tazewell Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Tazewell.
Total Votes: 324 Reporting: 100%
FOR 181
56%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 143
44%
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LaFollette Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in LaFollette.
Total Votes: 970 Reporting: 100%
FOR 514
53%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 456
47%
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Maryville Wine Referendum

Total Votes: 7,366 Reporting: 100%
FOR 4,677
63%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 2,689
37%
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Norris Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in the City of Norris.
Total Votes: 0
FOR
AGAINST
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Amendment #4: Lotteries

Shall Article XI, Section 5 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the following language: All other forms of lottery not authorized herein are expressly prohibited unless authorized by a two-thirds vote of all members elected to each house of the general assembly for an annual event operated for the benefit of a 501(c)(3) organization located in this state, as defined by the 2000 United States Tax Code or as may be amended from time to time. and by substituting instead the following language: All other forms of lottery not authorized herein are expressly prohibited unless authorized by a two-thirds vote of all members elected to each house of the general assembly for an annual event operated for the benefit of a 501(c)(3) or a 501(c)(19) organization, as defined by the 2000 United States Tax Code, located in this state.
Total Votes: 1,254,408 Reporting: 86%
For 873,493
70%
Winner Winner
Against 380,915
30%
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Amendment #3: Income Tax

Shall Article II, Section 28 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by adding the following sentence at the end of the final substantive paragraph within the section: Notwithstanding the authority to tax privileges or any other authority set forth in this constitution, the Legislature shall not levy, authorize or otherwise permit any state or local tax upon payroll or earned personal income or any state or local tax measured by payroll or earned personal income; however, nothing contained herein shall be construed as prohibiting any tax in effect on January 1, 2011, or adjustment of such tax.
Total Votes: 1,288,017 Reporting: 86%
For 852,423
66%
Winner Winner
Against 435,594
34%
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Amendment #2: Judicial Retention

Shall Article VI, Section 3 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the first and second sentences by substituting instead the following: Judges of the Supreme Court or any intermediate appellate court shall be appointed for a full term or to fill a vacancy by and at the discretion of the governor; shall be confirmed by the legislature; and thereafter shall be elected in a retention election by the qualified voters of the state. Confirmation by default occurs if the Legislature fails to reject an appointee within sixty calendar days of either the date of appointment, if made during the annual legislative session, if made out of session. The legislature is authorized to prescribe such provisions as may be necessary to carry out Sections two and three of this article.
Total Votes: 1,320,494 Reporting: 86%
For 807,199
61%
Winner Winner
Against 513,295
39%

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Knoxville City Charter, Amendment 1: Pensions

City of Knoxville Charter Amendments submitted by the Council of the City of Knoxville pertaining to the city pension system: Shall article XIII of the City of Knoxville charter, entitled "pensions," be amended to clarify and correct certain language within the definitional section and to include members of Division H within such definitions; to supplement the language so that the term "Trustee" includes "Custodian" as well as trustee; to add clarifying language related to transfers within the various divisions of the system; to bring the provisions of the system related to military service in full compliance with federal law; to clarify timing requirements for elections made by members within Division G; and to allow appropriate and necessary adjustments of the interest rate on any refund issued under the terms of the system, all as more fully set forth in Ordinance No. 0-174-2014 of the City of Knoxville as duly published?
Total Votes: 27,867 Reporting: 100%
FOR 22,075
79%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 5,792
21%
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Knoxville City Charter, Amendment 2: Pensions, Supplemental Plan

City of Knoxville Charter Amendment submitted by the council of the city of Knoxville pertaining to the city pension system: Shall article XIII of the city of Knoxville Charter, entitled "Pensions," be amended to permit the supplemental plan provisions, as reviewed by the pension board and approved by city council, to authorize additional forms of benefit, including benefits payable in whole or in part as a single sum, all as more fully set forth in Ordinance No. 0-175-2014 of the City of Knoxville as duly published?
Total Votes: 27,660 Reporting: 100%
FOR 20,298
73%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 7,362
27%
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Knoxville City Charter, Amendment 3: Pensions, Supplemental Plan G & H

City of Knoxville Charter amendments submitted by the Council of the City of Knoxville pertaining to the city pension system: Shall article XIII of the City of Knoxville Charter, entitled "pensions," be amended to permit the supplemental plan provisions, as reviewed by the pension board and approved by city council, to allow members of Divisions G and H nearing their normal retirement age to irrevocably elect alternative methods for crediting earnings on the Division G individual accounts and Division H hypothetical accounts, as applicable, as well as more fully set forth in Ordinance No. 0-176-2014 of the City of Knoxville as duly published?
Total Votes: 27,027 Reporting: 100%
FOR 19,363
72%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 7,664
28%
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Knoxville City Charter, Amendment 4: Pensions, Beneficiary

City of Knoxville Charter Amendments submitted by the council of the City of Knoxville pertaining to the city pension system: Shall article XIII of the City of Knoxville Charter, entitled "Pensions," be amended to clarify the definition of the term "Beneficiary" in section 1360.1(J) and to provide that a member of the system electing optional retirement benefits pursuant to section 1350.7 may designate as the member's beneficiary only the member's spouse or such other person as may be specified in the supplemental plan provisions, as reviewed by the pension board and approved by city council, all as more fully set forth in ordinance No. 0-177-2014 of the City of Knoxville as duly published?
Total Votes: 27,413 Reporting: 100%
FOR 20,446
75%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 6,967
25%
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Knoxville City Charter, Amendment 5: Pensions, Board

City of Knoxville Charter Amendments submitted by the council of the City of Knoxville pertaining to the city pension system: Shall article XIII of the City of Knoxville charter, entitled "Pensions," be amended by amending Section 1324 entitled "Pension Board" so as to add to the pension board two (2) additional members, to be appointed by the mayor and confirmed by city council, who will be residents of the city with financial or accounting expertise but who shall not be employees of the city nor members of the city pension system, all as more fully set forth in Ordinance No. 0-178-2014 of the City of Knoxville as duly published?
Total Votes: 27,511 Reporting: 100%
FOR 20,663
75%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 6,848
25%
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Winfield Mayor

Total Votes: 184 Reporting: 0%
David Cecil (I) 120
65%
Winner Winner
Jeff Chambers (I) 64
35%
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Kingston City Council

Total Votes: 4,513 Reporting: 100%
Randy E. Childs (I) 967
21%
Winner Winner
Larry C. Cox (I) 606
13%
Sarah Humphreys (I) 932
21%
Winner Winner
Kirk Papa (I) 481
11%
Don White (I) 789
17%
Winner Winner
Stephanie Wright (I) 738
16%
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Kingston Mayor

Total Votes: 1,796 Reporting: 100%
Troy Beets (I) 870
48%
Tim Neal (I) 926
52%
Winner Winner
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Sunbright Alderman, Unexpired Term

To fill unexpired term
Total Votes: 130 Reporting: 100%
Cheryl K. Bishop (I) 79
61%
Winner Winner
Mark Posey (I) 51
39%
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Sunbright Alderman

Total Votes: 219 Reporting: 100 %
Kimberly N. England (I) 81
37%
Teresa (Terri) Ryon (I) 138
63%
Winner Winner
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Rockwood City Council

Total Votes: 2,544 Reporting: 100%
Robert "Bobby" Anderson (I) 389
15%
Winner Winner
Fred "Bo" Baudin (I) 277
11%
Dudley J. Evans (I) 504
20%
Winner Winner
Harold Holloway (I) 454
18%
Winner Winner
Michael McCollough (I) 259
10%
Sam Seat (I) 300
12%
Shane Trew (I) 361
14%
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Oliver Springs Alderman, Ward 2

Total Votes: 167 Reporting: 100%
Jeffery Bass (I) 95
57%
Winner Winner
Maurice Walker (I) 72
43%
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Rockwood Mayor

Total Votes: 1,016 Reporting: 100%
Peggy C. Evans (I) 359
35%
Mike "Brillo" Miller (I) 657
65%
Winner Winner
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Vonore City Alderman

Total Votes: 757 Reporting: 100
John P. Hammontree (I) 278
37%
Winner Winner
Alisa M. Hobbs (I) 227
30%
Betty K. Sparks (I) 252
33%
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Vonore Mayor

Total Votes: 471 Reporting: 100
Bob Lovingood (I) 266
56%
Winner Winner
Larry L. Summey (I) 205
44%
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Baneberry City Commission

Total Votes: 292 Reporting: 100%
J. Clint Hurley (I) 118
40%
Winner Winner
Bryan R. Metzger (I) 108
37%
Ryan Stanley Veltkamp (I) 66
23%
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Madisonville City Alderman, Unexpired Term

(To fill unexpired term)
Total Votes: 1,202 Reporting: 100
Melvin R. Cagle (I) 543
45%
Susan Saunders (I) 659
55%
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Madisonville City Alderman

Total Votes: 2,247 Reporting: 100
Sherri Anderson (I) 787
35%
Linda Garrett-Hensley (I) 665
30%
Marvin (Booger) Hunt (I) 411
18%
Austin McDaniel (I) 384
17%
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Madisonville Mayor

Total Votes: 1,215 Reporting: 100
James K. Bledsoe (I) 517
43%
Glenn Moser (I) 698
57%
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Loudon City Council

Total Votes: 3,656 Reporting: 100%
Jeff Harris (I) 684
19%
Winner Winner
John D. James (I) 520
14%
Winner Winner
Judy Sampson Jones (I) 391
11%
Timothy KIttle (I) 276
8%
Lynn Millsaps (I) 501
14%
Winner Winner
James Patterson Parks, Jr. (I) 414
11%
Lois Snow (I) 435
12%
Dennis Stewart (I) 435
12%
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Loudon Mayor

Total Votes: 1,101 Reporting: 100%
Michael C. Cartwright (I) 346
31%
Jim Greenway (I) 494
45%
Winner Winner
Jeff L. Walters (I) 261
24%
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Lenoir City Charter Referendum

Shall Lenoir City amend its charter to allow the city council to appoint a qualified City Recorder/Treasurer rather than having an elected City Recorder/Treasurer?
Total Votes: 1,450 Reporting: 100%
FOR 547
38%
AGAINST 903
62%
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Lenoir City Council

Total Votes: 3,293 Reporting: 100%
Mike Henline (I) 753
23%
Winner Winner
Douglas (Buddy) Hines (I) 745
23%
Winner Winner
James (Jim) Shields (I) 815
25%
Winner Winner
Steve (Shoe) Shoemaker (I) 657
20%
Stuart Starr (I) 323
10%
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Greenback Alderman

Total Votes: 745 Reporting: 100%
Becky Andrews (I) 115
15%
Dewayne Birchfield (I) 130
17%
Winner Winner
Linda S. Black (I) 122
16%
Winner Winner
Robin M. Blakenship (I) 103
14%
Delmar L. Davis (I) 155
21%
Winner Winner
Polly Evans (I) 120
16%
Winner Winner
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White Pine Alderman

Total Votes: 791 Reporting: 100%
Acoya Rivers Lamb (I) 203
26%
Mickey R. Smith (I) 172
22%
Fred Taylor (I) 174
22%
Glen Warren (I) 242
31%
Winner Winner
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Jefferson City Councilman

County: 100% Total Votes: 1,754
Kevin V. Bunch (I) 523
30%
Winner Winner
Mitch Cain (I) 467
27%
David Joseph Cox (I) 336
19%
Carl H. Mills, Jr. (I) 428
24%
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Dandridge Alderman

Total Votes: 1,264 Reporting: 100%
Mike Chambers (I) 351
28%
Winner Winner
Jessica Chambers Elder (I) 275
22%
David Clark Jones (I) 290
23%
Todd Kesterson (I) 348
28%
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Allardt Alderman

Total Votes: 155 Reporting: 100%
Dawnna Gail (Moles) Dawson (I) 62
40%
Thomas Harding Potter (I) 93
60%
Winner Winner
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Rutledge Alderman, Ward 1

County: 100% Total Votes: 288
Ed Boling (I) 84
29%
Jack Munsey (I) 53
18%
Scott P. Neal (I) 30
10%
Fred (Speck) Sykes (I) 121
42%
Winner Winner
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Rutledge Mayor

Total Votes: 333 Reporting: 100%
Dennis D. Acuff (I) 29
9%
Richard J. McElhaney (I) 145
44%
Danny Turkey (I) 159
48%
Winner Winner
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Bean Station Alderman

Total Votes: 1,091 Reporting: 100%
Mickey Ankrom (I) 348
32%
Rodney Joe Overbay (I) 319
29%
Steve Winstead (I) 424
39%
Winner Winner
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Bean Station Mayor

Total Votes: 698 Reporting: 100%
Ben Waller (I) 348
50%
Terry D. Wolfe (I) 350
50%
Winner Winner
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Blaine Alderman

Total Votes: 1,320 Reporting: 100%
Larry Edwards (I) 197
15%
Robin L. Edwards (I) 185
14%
Michael Fennell (I) 301
23%
Ronnie Kitts (I) 313
24%
Darrell Ray Williams (I) 324
25%
Winner Winner
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Blaine Mayor

Total Votes: 447 Reporting: %
William Bolt (I) 165
37%
Patsy McElhaney (I) 282
63%
Winner Winner
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Crossville Registered Voter Referendum

"FOR" approving a Private Act to authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the city. "AGAINST" does not approve a Private Act to authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City. A vote "FOR" shall authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City. A vote "AGAINST" shall not authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City.
Total Votes: 2,114 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,728
82%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 386
18%
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Crossville Elected Terms

"FOR" approving a Private Act to limit the terms of office of the mayor and council members of the City of Crossville to two (2) consecutive four-year elected terms. "AGAINST" does not approve a Private Act to limit the terms of office of the mayor and councilmembers of the City of Crossville to two (2) consecutive four-year elected terms. A vote "FOR" shall cause the terms of office of the mayor and councilmembers of the City of Crossville to be limited to two (2) consecutive four-year elected terms. A vote "AGAINST" shall cause the terms of office of the mayor and councilmembers of the City of Crossville to not be limited to two (2) consecutive four-year elected terms.
Total Votes: 2,246 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,770
79%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 476
21%
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Crossville City Councilmember

Total Votes: 3,998 Reporting: 100%
Kyle Davis (I) 778
19%
Pamala Ann Harris (I) 1,008
25%
Winner Winner
George M. Marlow (I) 609
15%
Terry White (I) 715
18%
Danny R. Wyatt (I) 888
22%
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Crossville Mayor

Total Votes: 2,351 Reporting: 100%
J.H. Graham III (I) 951
40%
James S. Mayberry (I) 1,400
60%
Winner Winner
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Crab Orchard Alderman

Total Votes: 305 Reporting: 100%
Kenny Alley (I) 138
45%
Winner Winner
Mike Findley (I) 122
40%
Willard Sherrill (I) 45
15%
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Parrotsville City Commission

Total Votes: 154 Reporting: 100%
Thad Balch (I) 39
25%
Dewayne Doodle Daniel (I) 48
31%
Ronnie A. Hommel (I) 27
18%
Jerry Hux (I) 19
12%
Judy Reed (I) 21
14%
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Newport Alderman

Total Votes: 3,526 Reporting: 100%
John M. Bugg (I)
0%
Bill Costner (I)
0%
Lori Dover Deering (I)
0%
Rebecca Ellison (I)
0%
Jeffery C. Fancher (I) 695
20%
Freddie Gregg (I)
0%
Roger Gribble (I) 711
20%
Linda C. Hampton-Parker (I)
0%
Mike Hansel (I) 554
16%
Bobby J. Knight (I) 551
16%
Michael Kyker (I)
0%
Mike Proffitt (I) 1,015
29%
Jayne Ann Ragan (I)
0%
Kandee Clevenger Veridal (I)
0%
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Newport Mayor

Total Votes: 1,730 Reporting: 100%
Connie Ball (I) 741
43%
Winner Winner
CLaude D. Gatlin, Jr. (I) 582
34%
Kyle B. Shute (I) 407
24%
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Tazewell Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Tazewell.
Total Votes: 324 Reporting: 100%
FOR 181
56%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 143
44%
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New Tazewell Alderman, Ward 2

Total Votes: 512 Reporting: 100%
Charles Brooks (I) 264
52%
Winner Winner
Franklin Essary (I) 248
48%
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New Tazewell Alderman, Ward 1

Total Votes: 502 Reporting: 100%
Staley H. Leonard (I) 284
57%
Winner Winner
Kendall L. Walker (I) 218
43%
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Harrogate Mayor

Total Votes: 947 Reporting: 100%
Bill Fultz (I) 500
53%
Winner Winner
Troy R. Poore (I) 447
47%
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Cumberland Gap Alderman, Unexpired Term

Total Votes: 72 Reporting: 100%
J. Michael Clyburn (I) 29
40%
Teresa Lynn Fuson (I) 43
60%
Winner Winner
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Rocky Top City Council

Total Votes: 491 Reporting: 100%
Brian Brown (I) 61
12%
Pamela Brown (I) 37
8%
Denise Casteel (I) 109
22%
Becky Lindsay (I) 79
16%
Gary Mullins (I) 84
17%
Timothy L. Sharp (I) 121
25%
Winner Winner
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Rocky Top Mayor

Total Votes: 270 Reporting: 100%
Donald R. Douglas (I) 109
40%
Michael L. Lovely (I) 161
60%
Winner Winner
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LaFollette City Council Member

Total Votes: 1,522 Reporting: 100%
Joe Bolinger (I) 549
36%
Winner Winner
Virgil Kidwell (I) 286
19%
Ann (Lee) Thompson (I) 687
45%
Winner Winner
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Jellico Alderman

Total Votes: 3,218 Reporting: 100%
William Michael Bridges (I) 117
4%
Novella Brooks (I) 168
5%
Pamela Jo Carbaugh (I) 117
4%
Elsie Bates Crawford (I) 336
10%
Winner Winner
Alvin Evans (I) 356
11%
Winner Winner
Jammie M. Lawson (I) 308
10%
Winner Winner
Charlotte Lindsay (I) 330
10%
Winner Winner
Sarah Beth McQueen (I) 328
10%
Winner Winner
Wanda Perkins (I) 260
8%
Gail P. Sharp (I) 297
9%
Charles C. Vermillon (I) 151
5%
Ranee S. Voyles (I) 127
4%
Louise Walden (I) 323
10%
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Jellico Mayor

Total Votes: 661 Reporting: 100%
Forster Baird (I) 453
69%
Winner Winner
Larry Marshall Meadors (I) 61
9%
Les Stiers (I) 147
22%
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Caryville Alderman, Ward 3

Total Votes: 461 Reporting: 100%
Beth R. Lawson (I) 287
62%
Mark Stanley (I) 174
38%
Winner Winner
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Caryville Alderman, Ward 1

Total Votes: 448 Reporting: 100%
Jerry Chadwell (I) 181
40%
DeWayne Gibson (I) 267
60%
Winner Winner
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Maryville Wine Referendum

Total Votes: 7,366 Reporting: 100%
FOR 4,677
63%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 2,689
37%
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Alcoa Board of Commissioners

Total Votes: 4,504 Reporting: 100%
Clint Abbott, Jr. (I) 1,155
26%
Winner Winner
Vaughn Belcher (I) 1,180
26%
Winner Winner
Douglas Benton (I) 550
12%
Glenn F. Birchfield (I) 474
11%
Don Mull (IND) 1,145
25%
Winner Winner
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Oliver Springs Alderman Ward 4

Total Votes: 168 Reporting: 100%
Nathan Benson (I) 80
48%
M.T. Terry Craze (I) 88
52%
Winner Winner
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Oliver Springs Mayor

Total Votes: 170 Reporting: 100%
Chris Hepler (I) 53
31%
Jerry Vann (I) 117
69%
Winner Winner
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Oak Ridge City Council

Total Votes: 29,156 Reporting: 100%
Kelly Callison (I) 4,022
14%
R.G. "Rick" Chinn Jr. (I) 4,141
14%
Anne Garcia Garland (I) 2,614
9%
Warren Gooch (I) 4,545
16%
Gary L. Love (I) 1,493
5%
David N. Mosby (I) 3,116
11%
Pedro J. Outaduy (I) 760
3%
Aditya Doc Savara (I) 1,736
6%
Ellen D. Smith (I) 3,619
12%
Eric Tobler (I) 3,110
11%
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Amendment #4: Lotteries

Shall Article XI, Section 5 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the following language: All other forms of lottery not authorized herein are expressly prohibited unless authorized by a two-thirds vote of all members elected to each house of the general assembly for an annual event operated for the benefit of a 501(c)(3) organization located in this state, as defined by the 2000 United States Tax Code or as may be amended from time to time. and by substituting instead the following language: All other forms of lottery not authorized herein are expressly prohibited unless authorized by a two-thirds vote of all members elected to each house of the general assembly for an annual event operated for the benefit of a 501(c)(3) or a 501(c)(19) organization, as defined by the 2000 United States Tax Code, located in this state.
Total Votes: 1,254,408 Reporting: 86%
For 873,493
70%
Winner Winner
Against 380,915
30%
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Amendment #3: Income Tax

Shall Article II, Section 28 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by adding the following sentence at the end of the final substantive paragraph within the section: Notwithstanding the authority to tax privileges or any other authority set forth in this constitution, the Legislature shall not levy, authorize or otherwise permit any state or local tax upon payroll or earned personal income or any state or local tax measured by payroll or earned personal income; however, nothing contained herein shall be construed as prohibiting any tax in effect on January 1, 2011, or adjustment of such tax.
Total Votes: 1,288,017 Reporting: 86%
For 852,423
66%
Winner Winner
Against 435,594
34%
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Amendment #2: Judicial Retention

Shall Article VI, Section 3 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the first and second sentences by substituting instead the following: Judges of the Supreme Court or any intermediate appellate court shall be appointed for a full term or to fill a vacancy by and at the discretion of the governor; shall be confirmed by the legislature; and thereafter shall be elected in a retention election by the qualified voters of the state. Confirmation by default occurs if the Legislature fails to reject an appointee within sixty calendar days of either the date of appointment, if made during the annual legislative session, if made out of session. The legislature is authorized to prescribe such provisions as may be necessary to carry out Sections two and three of this article.
Total Votes: 1,320,494 Reporting: 86%
For 807,199
61%
Winner Winner
Against 513,295
39%

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Knox County Board of Education District 2

Total Votes: 9,646 Reporting: 100%
Charlotte K. Dorsey 1,160
12%
Jamie Rowe 3,853
40%
Tracie Sanger 4,633
48%
Winner Winner
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Loudon Mayor

Total Votes: 1,101 Reporting: 100%
Michael C. Cartwright (I) 346
31%
Jim Greenway (I) 494
45%
Winner Winner
Jeff L. Walters (I) 261
24%
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Crossville Registered Voter Referendum

"FOR" approving a Private Act to authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the city. "AGAINST" does not approve a Private Act to authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City. A vote "FOR" shall authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City. A vote "AGAINST" shall not authorize the registered voters of the City of Crossville to initiate a recall of an incumbent of an elective office in the City.
Total Votes: 2,114 Reporting: 100%
FOR 1,728
82%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 386
18%
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Tazewell Consumption on Premises Referendum

For or against the legal sale of alcoholic beverages on the premises in Tazewell.
Total Votes: 324 Reporting: 100%
FOR 181
56%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 143
44%
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Maryville Wine Referendum

Total Votes: 7,366 Reporting: 100%
FOR 4,677
63%
Winner Winner
AGAINST 2,689
37%
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Maryville Board of Education

Total Votes: 16,698 Reporting: 100%
Sam Duck (I) 2,018
12%
Dennis R. Denny) Garner (I) 2,621
16%
Bethany Hodson Pope (I) 3,458
21%
Winner Winner
Bob Proffitt (I) 2,792
17%
Winner Winner
Christi H. Sayles (I) 3,101
19%
Winner Winner
Eric Weatherbee (I) 2,708
16%
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Oak Ridge Board of Education

Total Votes: 20,351 Reporting: 100%
Bob Eby (I) 4,635
23%
Jean Hiser (I) 1,250
6%
Andrew Howe (I) 1,301
6%
Mike Mahathy (I) 1,602
8%
A. Paige Marshall (I) 3,345
16%
Laura MclLean (I) 3,774
19%
Laurie Paine (I) 2,119
10%
Aaron Wells (I) 2,325
11%
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Clinton City Board of Education Ward 2

Total Votes: 0
Timothy A. Bible (I)
Curtis W. Isabell (I)
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Amendment #4: Lotteries

Shall Article XI, Section 5 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the following language: All other forms of lottery not authorized herein are expressly prohibited unless authorized by a two-thirds vote of all members elected to each house of the general assembly for an annual event operated for the benefit of a 501(c)(3) organization located in this state, as defined by the 2000 United States Tax Code or as may be amended from time to time. and by substituting instead the following language: All other forms of lottery not authorized herein are expressly prohibited unless authorized by a two-thirds vote of all members elected to each house of the general assembly for an annual event operated for the benefit of a 501(c)(3) or a 501(c)(19) organization, as defined by the 2000 United States Tax Code, located in this state.
Total Votes: 1,254,408 Reporting: 86%
For 873,493
70%
Winner Winner
Against 380,915
30%
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Amendment #3: Income Tax

Shall Article II, Section 28 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by adding the following sentence at the end of the final substantive paragraph within the section: Notwithstanding the authority to tax privileges or any other authority set forth in this constitution, the Legislature shall not levy, authorize or otherwise permit any state or local tax upon payroll or earned personal income or any state or local tax measured by payroll or earned personal income; however, nothing contained herein shall be construed as prohibiting any tax in effect on January 1, 2011, or adjustment of such tax.
Total Votes: 1,288,017 Reporting: 86%
For 852,423
66%
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Amendment #2: Judicial Retention

Shall Article VI, Section 3 of the Constitution of Tennessee be amended by deleting the first and second sentences by substituting instead the following: Judges of the Supreme Court or any intermediate appellate court shall be appointed for a full term or to fill a vacancy by and at the discretion of the governor; shall be confirmed by the legislature; and thereafter shall be elected in a retention election by the qualified voters of the state. Confirmation by default occurs if the Legislature fails to reject an appointee within sixty calendar days of either the date of appointment, if made during the annual legislative session, if made out of session. The legislature is authorized to prescribe such provisions as may be necessary to carry out Sections two and three of this article.
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