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Mar 14, 2019 12:20 PM 1+ week ago

By the way, here's Shelby County Mayor Lee Harris' noncommittal answer to a question about the Memphis mayor's race from WREG News Channel 3:

"I haven't heard any criticisms of either candidate [Strickland or Sawyer] from voters. The voters I've talked to are pretty appreciative of both candidates. I think Jim Strickland has done an excellent jobs as a city councilman. He's doing an excellent job as mayor. The same thing is true when I go into the community and hear people talk about Commissioner Sawyer. I just did a town hall with her recently and all the voters there, the constituents of hers, were very happy with her service," he said.

Speaking of Memphis politics:Rep. Joe Towns, D-Memphis, is in trouble with the Tennessee State Election Registry board (again), the Memphis Flyer reports. The board, joking as they did it, handed Towns a $10,000 civil penalty for late campaign finance reports, bringing him up to a grand total of $45,000 owed ...

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