Tue
Sep 12 2017
07:32 pm

Tom Humphrey:

"Renee Hoyos, executive director of the Tennessee Clean Water Network, has filed papers with the Federal Election as a candidate for election in the 2nd Congressional District, reports the Nashville Post. She becomes the second Democrat to enter the contest to succeed Republican U.S. Rep. John J. “Jimmy” Duncan."

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jbr's picture

Excellent candidate. She has

Excellent candidate. She has my vote.

cwg's picture

technically

Tom was quoting me ;)

Renee says she'll issue a statement soon but she's sick as hell today, which explains why she never called me back ...

WhitesCreek's picture

I have to ask the question...

Is the 2nd District ready for a candidate who will put her constituents' interests first above her own personal aggrandizement and wealth? I mean aside from being brilliant, knowledgeable, dedicated, caring, accomplished, and hard working, what does she have to offer?

Renee Hoyas has a long history of service, and not just as an eco-warrior. I've known Renee for quite a while and have admired what she has gotten done for Tennessee against formidable odds. I wish I could vote for her.

Rachel's picture

A real honest to god

A real honest to god Democratic primary, with two credible candidates. Imagine that.

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