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That's why Kansas voters could elect Democrat Kathleen Sebelius as governor in 2002 and 2006 but have not elected a Democrat to the Senate since 1932. ... Bredesen's December campaign announcement video, a two-and-a-half-minute spot, featured the candidate talking to viewers. Dressed in a plaid ...

NASHVILLE — Democrat Phil Bredesen's U.S. Senate campaign chief says in a memo that four months into the former Tennessee governor's campaign, "we are more convinced than ever that there is a clear path to victory ... to win in November and we're already on it." Written by Bredesen campaign ...
Now Mr. Bredesen is running for the Senate seat being vacated by a Republican, Bob Corker, and his track record makes him the rarest of Democrats: a formidable non-incumbent candidate in a solidly Republican state who can allow his party to go on the offensive in an improbable place. “There have to ...
Phil Bredesen during the first three months of the year, according to disclosures from their respective campaigns for the U.S. Senate. Bredesen, a Democrat, received more than $1.8 million from donors from mid-January to late March, his campaign said Monday. His fundraising effort was bolstered by an ...
Don Sundquist, he worked with then-Nashville Mayor Bredesen to bring the NFL's Houston Oilers to Nashville, where the team is now known as the Tennessee Titans. And in 2008, Corker, a former Chattanooga mayor first elected in 2006 to the Senate, and Bredesen, then governor, worked together again ...
With just 16 weeks until the August primary, Tennessee's top-tier gubernatorial candidates have ramped up their fundraising efforts, which now total more ... Spending in that race was only dwarfed by the estimated $34 million spent in the 2006 U.S. Senate race between Bob Corker and Harold Ford Jr. The ...
Tennessee Democrats are running candidates in 112 out of the state's 117 legislative districts in an attempt to retake seats in a state legislature dominated by Republicans. Ninety-seven Democratic candidates are running for state House seats and 15 for Senate seats, according to a statement from the ...
Bredesen is a former mayor and governor and a fairly standard Democratic candidate. Blackburn is a Tea Party loon and she is the most likely nominee the Tennessee Republican Party could find to hold onto a seat to which Corker was first elected in 2006. This has the potential of turning the Republican ...
Phil Bredesen, is an old friend, and Corker refuses to campaign against him. In fact, at our breakfast, Corker sang Mr. Bredesen's praises over their years of bipartisan collaboration. I first met Corker back in 2006, when I traveled to Tennessee to write about his spirited race for the Senate against Democratic ...


 

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