Congrats to Kim Frazier, Mayor Glenn Jacobs, Justin Biggs, Gina Oster, Steve Triplett, Judge Judd Davis, Judge Bill Ailor, Judge Tony W. Stansberry, Knox County Criminal Court Clerk Mike Hammond

Congratulations to Kim Frazier, Republican candidate for Knox County Commission at Large Seat 11

Congratulations to Knox County Mayor Glenn Jacobs

Mayor Glenn Jacobs, ME and former Knox County Public Defender Mark Stephens

Congratulations to Justin Biggs for Knox County Trustee

myself with District Attorney General Charme Allen and Justin Biggs Knox County Commissioner at Large Seat 11 and 2022 Trustee candidate

Congratulations to Gina Oster Knox County Commission District Three

of course myself, Oster and Treasurer Gaylynn Alsop

Congratulations to Steve Triplett for Knox County School Board District Seven – Republican Primary

Steve Triplett speaking at Halls Republican Club

Congratulations to Judge Judd Davis for Knox County General Sessions Court Judge, Division II – Republican

Judd Davis and myself following the Center City Conservatives Republican Club

Congratulations to Judge Bill Ailor for Circuit Court Judge Division II – Republican

people gathering as Judge Ailor greets everyone

Congratulations to Judge Tony W. Stansberry for General Sessions Judge Division V – Republican

Judge Stansberry and I

Congratulations to Mike Hammond for Knox County Criminal Court Clerk – Republican

Retired Knox News Photographer Michael Patrick, Knox County Criminal Court Clerk Mike Hammond and I

Thank you:

Chancellor Clarence “Eddie” Pridemore, Jr. – Knox County Chancery Court

Knox County Chancelloe Clarence Eddie Pridemore, Jr.

Sharon Frankenberg, Candidate for General Sessions Court Judge Division II

Sharon Frankenberg, Magistrate of Knox County

Chuck Severance– Candidate for County Commission Seventh District

Severance at the Halls Republican Club

Jimmy “J.J.” Jones – Knox County Sheriff

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  1. Billy says:

    In 2018 the Sheriffs Primary race got 40,479 votes. Yesterday’s Sheriffs Primary race got 29,228 votes.

    That is a decrease of 28% or 11,251 votes.

    Larsen Jay’s 2018 Primary race had 33,698 votes. Yesterday’s Primary race for Larsen Jay had 26,692 votes.

    That is a decrease of 21% or 7,006 votes.

    How did this election lose so many voters? Was it the loss of the Knoxville News Sentinel? What caused this huge drop off of voters? Was it the new Knox County GOP headed by Daniel Herrera? Are voters just disgusted and staying home?

    What does this say about the November election?

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