Tennessee Gubernatorial Race

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Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Lee is no longer contracting with Tennessee, alleviating questions circling him about possible conflicts of interest should he be elected in November.

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Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen goes clay shooting in a TV ad released after the National Rifle Association endorsed his Republican opponent, Marsha Blackburn.

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Republican Bill Lee and Democrat Karl Dean are slated to face off in three Tennessee governor's race debates in October.

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Vice President Mike Pence is throwing his support behind U.S. Rep. Diane Black just days before a heated four-way Republican primary election for Tennessee governor.

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The Tennessee governor's race tab has topped $51 million before the Aug. 2 primary.

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Four Republicans have spent $33 million-plus in Tennessee's primary for governor, unleashing about $33 million of personal wealth.

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The floodgates have burst on attack ads in Tennessee's Republican gubernatorial primary.

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Republican U.S. Rep. Diane Black is labeling businessmen Randy Boyd and Bill Lee as moderates in the first Tennessee gubernatorial race attack ad by a candidate's campaign.

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Candidates for Tennessee's next governor discussed top priorities, education, rural health care and the break-even bushel price for soybeans at a recent candidate forum at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Here is where the candidates stand on issues discussed. The Tennessee primary election is on August 2.

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The University of Tennessee at Martin is hosting a gubernatorial candidate forum Thursday evening. The WestStar Leadership program is sponsoring the event. 

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