Tue
Nov 5 2019
08:28 pm
By: R. Neal

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Absentee/Early vote:

Kincannon: 48.76%
Mannis: 51.24%

Update: with 14 precincts reporting, Kincannon has taken a five point lead and Mannis has conceded.

bizgrrl's picture

Congrats to Kincannon! Odd

Congrats to Kincannon!

Odd that Knox County is not reporting more of the vote counts.

jbr's picture

I didn't see that coming

I didn't see that coming

Alex_Falk's picture

CCM!

congrats to amelia parker and the CCM! the people have taken a seat on the council!

Rachel's picture

It's over. Kincannon wins.

It's over. Kincannon wins. Parker wins. Lomax was SO close. Now there will be three people of color on Council.

R. Neal's picture

It appears Knoxville's Good

It appears Knoxville's Good Ol' Boy and Downtown Prayer Meetin' Club died with the Knoxville News Sentinel.

Rachel's picture

The News Sentinel delayed

The News Sentinel delayed Sunday's printing so they could get the results of Saturday's game in. Apparently, the election was less important cause there's nary a result in today's hard copy.

bizgrrl's picture

Wow!

Wow!

michael kaplan's picture

But there was this in

But there was this (part of paid ad) in yesterday's News-Sentinel.

preview_mannis+haslam.jpg

Alex_Falk's picture

today's funnies

been really enjoying watching knoxville right-wingers spiraling & moaning about the new "marxist" mayor!

i understand the political value of spreading disingenuous rhetoric about the views of opponents, but i think they've been getting high on their own supply way too long if local GOP politicos can't suss the difference between a liberal and a marxist when talking amongst themselves.

today's funny comes from one of these threads (on burchett lackey andrew davis's public facebook profile) : eddie mannis hilariously crying about not winning even though he "held true to the GOP"

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